Skip to main content

Full text of "Atlanta Georgian Newspaper April to August 1913"

See other formats









ALWAYS FIRST ® « 
The SUNDAY 

AMERICAN 



Both Phones Main 8000 



The Atlanta. Georgian 

Read for Profit— GEORGIAN WANT ADS— Use for Results 



Sooth Georgia 

AFTERNOON EDITION 



VOL. XI. NO. 306. 



ATLANTA, GA., MONDAY, JULY 28, 1913. B ?«5 1 8Mf. , J'c 



2 OENTK. Vowi'. 



t 



U. S. ORDERS 
MEXICO TO 

ATONE 



Presents Drastic Demand That 

Federals Who Shot American 

Official Be Punished. 



WASHINGTON, July !8.— Ambas- 
Bailor Wilson's impending conference 
' with President Wilson Is overshad- 
owed by America's demand for speedy 
punishment of the Federal soldiers 
who shot Charles B. Dixon, a'n Amer- 
ican Immigration officer at Juares. 
and the Immediate release of Charles 
Blssell and Bernard McDonald, who 
were arrested by Federals and thrown 
In Jail at Chihuahua City for at- 
tempting to carry refugees from Per- 



flation, who Is charged with making 
Improper advances to his young typ- 

Although the Rev, Mr. Jackson has 

been bound over to the Grand Jury 

the testimony of Miss Louvenla 

•den, the typist, he declared that 

he would be fully vindicated. 



Blaeell and McDonald are 
be In danger of execution. 

The American demand) 
couched In language 









k 



ed br 

United States Government since the 
beginning of President Wilson's ad- 
ministration. It Is believed any oth.-r 
, action by the Mexican Government 
/ except unconditional compliance will 
be considered an affront to the Unit-id 
States, which may lead to strong-arm 

Ambaasadoi 
•died ■ 



r.lcTated ' telegran 
. Embassy at Mexico City and th 
'American Consul at Juarez. He de 
ctlncd to comment on hi* measagei 
except, to aay he was still worktn, 
for a continuation of the friendly re 



latloi 



i the t 



Order of Moose^n 
Meet at Cincinnati 

: CHICAGO. July 28.— Nearly 10,' 
members of the Loyal Order of Moo 
left Chicago to-day for Cincinnati ._ 
attend the national convehltlon of the 



and several 



Jackson Will Tell 
Juvenile Trustees 
Of Charges by Girl 



; Rev. Crawford - 



Urges BathingSkirts 
For 'Unshapely • Men 

CHICAGO, July 18.— A legal fight 
vas started to-day by Dr. Rosalie M. 
Ladova. who was arrested at a park 
bathing beach because ahe appeared 
Bunday afternoon crowd of 



Reward Offered for Clem Poole, 

v Slayer or Dalton Policeman. 

Posse Loses Trail. 



Dr. 



';Women 
litirja/; said 
'Their figures 

Imbst naked, 
should be covered 



3t swim welt In 
Ladova to-day- 
rounded so that 

s thoroughly cov- 
bathera go about 

lr hideous figures 



They should be t 
- the sKlrtB." 



July as.-At an ci 
hour . this morning the poace organi 

hunt down Clem Poole, who i 
midnight shot and killed 
Harry Cook while the officer was at- 

ptlng to arrest him, disbanded, 

search being fruitless. 

oole last night shot twice at his 

j as he followed her to the home 

Policeman- Cook met him. As the 
cor advanced, Poole nred, the'bul- 
piercing the poMceman's heart and 

bringing Instant death. Henry Mitch- 
accompanying toe officer, grabbed 
weapon from Poole, but he ea- 



Dead Rat Revived 
By Electric Current 

LYNN. MASS., -July 28-— Dr. Q. 

r, a medical student, tn experi- 
menting to solve the, problem of life 
brought a rat back to life with a high 
frequency current of 90,000 volts after 
ltd heart had been still for 110. eec- 

The rat had remained immersed In 

pall of water five minutes when lie 

ody wa« removed and medical tests 

showed na spark of life. Returning 

was noticed after Its body had 

been in contact with the electric cur- 

it Just 60 seconds. It lived for 



murder has greatly arouse 
Dalton, for Policeman Cook was 
popular member of the force. He I 
by* his wife. A reward c 
has been offered by the city fc 



Puts Ice in Bonnet 
And Goes ..to Church 



aged 28, of Alton. Is i 
Ice on here head to make the trip to 
and from' the First Presbyterian Sun ' 



UvS.Teain Picked to 
Win Davis Cup Finals 

WIMBLEDON, July 28.— With oi 
'■- one victory needed to clinch the I 
vis tennis cup trophy, the A merle 
team' was the betting favorite o< 
the English defenders In the fl 



meeting 
Norrl* Wil- 
laslhng with 



St. Louis Waiters 
.. For Anti-Tip Law 



LOUIS. July 81.- 
1 the tipping habit Is now awatt- 
he Signature of the- Mayor to 
become a law. 

["he ordinance has the backing ol 

present, are striking In the prlncl- 

! hotels and restaurants. The wait- 

i say that the tipping habit hat 

prevented them from drawing ' fait 



Decisive Battle in 
China Revolt Near 

Spiels) Cabli to The i 
.' SHANGHAI, July 
the Chinese revolution la In- sight. It 
is believed that decisive battle of 
Insurrection will be fought at N 
krng shortly. 

For the protection of foreign real- 
dents In Shanghai 



t ashore and la dlsarmlm 



Strike Situation in 

Transvaal Ominous 

IbmHI Csfet* U Th* Atlanta O.ergi > n. 

JOHANlOWStmo, July IS.— The 
situation In South) Africa, where th* 
railroad dm and miners threaten a 
country -wide Strike, has become very 



Appendix All Alone 
In London, Said Jack 

SAN FRANCISCO, July SS.— Her- 
amoua author, Is telling on himself 



pendlx In his flngen 
to lieV 'The nuthc 
thoughtfully, then gi 



uses 



tr"|f»efaw 



the patlen 

N OOROON. 
nent ht(h**: 



THE WEATHER. 

Forecast for Atlanta and 
Georgia— Loc.il tlumdershow- 
crs Monday and probably 

Tuesday. 



AND KILLED 







for 



the 



•»plul 



Panama Has 'Noah'; 
BeKevers-Birrid-Ark 

•ctal Csbie to The Georgian. 

PANAMA, July 28.— Word has been 

cei'ved from Penonome. a town In 

the Interior of the republic, that 

Sgeundo Sanchez, a native, has pro. 

claimed himself the Messiah and has 

the world by a deluge in a short 

Some of his SO adherents are bulld- 

g pairs of animals of all species 



Gabrielle Ray Wins 
Suit Against Loder 

LONDON, July 21,-rfJabTlelIe Ray, 

e lamous gayoty beauty, to-day won 

her suit against her husband, Eric 



previous day, 1 



Swats 'Skeeter and 
Wrecks Car; 3 Hurt 

ATLANTIC CITY. July 28.-J-R' 

. Slier, of Narbieth.-Pa., who ; 
driving an automobile around 



Berlin Bars Organ 
Grinders; Must Toil 



during that the majority, of them a; 
strong enough to work, and that the; 



Fog Drives Steamer 
Ghalmette Aground 

<'EW YORK, July 21.— The steam- 
w York went ashore early to-day 



GIRL LEADS 




Several Policemen Are Injured in 
Battle With Militants Storm- 
ing Asquith's Home. 



JUDGE PRESIDING IN 
TRIAL OF LEO FRANK 



Judge L. S. 

Roan, 

of Stone Mountain 

Circuit. ' 




WIFE OF ACCUSED AT HIS 



Three months and a day after the body of little Mary Phagan 

found in the' cavernous depths of the National Pencil. Factory, 
the trial of Leo M. Frank, accused of her murder, began before 
JudgO<j,& Roan- in the Criminal Court of Georgia with a packed 
courtroom and a deeply stirred city almost breathlessly awaiting 
the outcome'; 

There wag a straining of necks as the young factory superin- 
tendent, calm, cool and collected, in the face of the terrible ordeal 
confronting him, was. brought into the courtroom on the first Moor, 
of the old City Hall building to take his seat with his counsel. 

Solicitor General Hugh Dorsey, chief of the prosecution, de- 
clared himself ready weeks ago and there was little time lost in 
beginning what promises to be the greatest legal battle over a 
man's life in the history of the South. , Frank Hooper sat at the- 
Solieitor's sidei— -:■— ' 

Deputy Plenriie" Minor called 
the court to order at 9 o'clock. 
He called the roll of the jury for 
the first panel of twel 



house shortly after the (rial started, 
being,, aumrr^ned by, *. telephone call 
from Julian Boerim, a friend o* "" 



a ted t 



l Georgian reporter 

! Of 






the trial that he defense w 
no move, for delay, 

"We will not seek a change of venue 
or make 'any move of any kind to 
delay justice for our client," ha said, 
entirely confident that Jus- 



will i 



the case is called. 1 ' he laid. 

One Important witness; for the 
feme was- reported to be mil 

defense was said to be confident of 
locating him, 

i Sentell in Navy New. 
Edgar L. Sentell, who testified that 
he. aaw Arthur Mulllnax and Mary 
Phagan together at midnight, of the 
day of the orlme, has enlisted In the 
favy and will not be able to appear 






crowd gathered I 



,nd 



anlty, through wh 
> cut by deputies 
Lge of witnesses 



The crowd .was -tense with curio*. 
ty, but to alt appearances Inclined t 
be orderly and apparently was mov 

lives— curiosity. 

Frank Pealing Pine, H* Says. 
Frank waa escorted from the Towe 
to the courthouse shortly after 



> before the trial 






scheduled 
avoid the 
tt was expected 

courthouse and 









frostily ahaven when Deputy Sheriff 
Plennle Miner appeared before his 

"How are you feeling this morning. 
Mr. Frank V the deputy Inquired. 
"Tip top, only I'trf mighty hungry," 

Exhibiting the same poised confl- 

Ihrough three months alnce he waa 
locked In a cell in the county Jail, the 
young factory superintendent chatted 
freely with Mtner-on the way to the 
courthouse. 

Sure He Will Be Freed. 

He waa attired In a natty light gray 

mohair suit and wore a fancy gray 

poared slightly heavier than when he 
waa arrested shortly after the murder 
of the Phagan girl. He seemed cheer- 



tocent of (hi 

i Innocent of any knowled 

re aa the Information haa 



crime, but 1" 



At thla moment E. C. Bisenbach, 
relative of Frank, appeared with 
tempting breakfast which waa spree 



i prist 



his appetite had r 
pared for him. 



uffered from h 
ha proceeded i 



than i 






Conlsy Ready Per the Stand, 
Jim Conley, Frank's accuser, was 
Hade ready for th* trial early In the 
nornlng, although it waa not prob- 



iren a shave and a new. 
tee, na he had worn for 
s montha the same shab- 
■. that ha had on at thn 
washing 



Pencil 



e. He declared that he 
to the same atory that 

i last affidavit and which 
repeated many times for 

f Solicitor Dorsey. 






this," 



tell 



he as- 
Less than half a hundred persona 
were waiting about the courthouse at 
8 o'clock, an hour before the Unit 
set for the beginning of the trial; 1$ j 
waa thought that not a large crowd, - 
would be clamoring for admission to ' 
the courtroom ai.lt had become quite ' 
generally known that tho email room 
would, accommodate hardly more than 
the witnesses and the veniremen and 
that It would be. necessary to exclude 
practically all spectators. £j 

Much Preparation Made. 
For no trial In the history of Oeor- - 
gla have such elaborate arrangements:. 
been made for the comfort 'of the : 
comparatively small number of spec-!' 
tatora who will gain admission, the)-: 
attorney* who will handle the case, J 

Sheriff Plennle Miner has re- / 
celved much praise for the splendid ■ 
preparations made. 

Electric rena have been Installed at v 
every window and on the railing sep- ^ 
ar&ttng the spectators' scats from the ", 

keep the air purified. II probably wul"? 
be the coolest and best ventilated'" 



jtfauwa)," M ThjB IVUial oanxtn ' cl nfr^Pjni ; 



THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN AND NEWS. 



CHOOSING OF JURY WILL BRING ON A BITTER FIGHT 



PRANK TAKEN EARLY IN 
DAY TO COURTHOUSE 

'IFEELFI.IHEJECLAAES 



SLAI N GIRL AN D MAN TRIED FOR LIFE j|^SKSa5dSridB 



Work of Choosing Jurymen 
Is Likely To Be Difficult 




i 



1/ 
I 



I 



• i JtL&iJ<® i -y- 



EDITORIAL. RAGE 



The Atlanta Georgian ™ e home raw* 



THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN 



f'ayable In 



Who Makes the "Criminals?" 



Much interest jut now in CRIMINALS. 

Much horror aroused by depravity. 

Many plans more or less appropriate for making the air pure. 
» Many good men, politicians, women and bishops who spend 
the summer at the seaside are willing to spend a few days wip- 
ing "CRIME" off the earth. 



What is CRIME? Who are the CRIMINALS? Who makes 
the criminals? 

So criminals viciously and voluntarily arise among us, eager 
< to lead hunted lives, eager to be jailed at intervals, eager to crawl 
'"*" ' in the dark, dodge policemen, work in stripes and die In shame? 
Hardly. 

Willvon kindly and patiently follow the lives, quickly 
skotched, of a'boy and a girl? 

THEOIBL. 

Born poor, born In hard luck, her father, or mother, or both, 
victims of long hours, poor fare, bad air and little leisure. 

As a baby she struggles against fate and manages to live 
while three or four little brothers and sisters die and go back 
to kind earth. ' 

She orawla around the rooms of a small house, a good deal 
In the way. She Is hunted here and ohased there. 

She Is cold in winter, Ill-fed In summer, never well oared for. 

She gets a- little so-called education. Ill-dressed and ashamed 
beside the other children, she is glad to escape the education. No 
- one at home can help her on. No one away from home cares 
about her. v 

' She grows np white, sickly, like a potato sprouting in a cel- 
lar. At the corner of a fine street Bhe sees the automobiles pass- 
ing with other girls is warm furs, or in fine, cool summer dresses. 

With a poor shawl around her and with heels run down she 
peers in at the restaurant window, to see other women leading 
I lives very different from hers. 

Steadily she has Impressed upon her the fact, absolutely un- 
deniable, that as the world is organized there is no especial place 
for her — certainly no comfort for her. 

Bhe finds work, perhaps. Hours as long as the daylight. , 

Ten minutes late — half a day's fine. 

At the end of the day aching feet, aching back, system Ill- 
fed, not enough earned to live upon honestly— and that pros- 
pect stretches ahead farther than her poor eyss can see. 

"WHAT'S THE CHARGE, OFFICER?" 



"Disorderly conduot, Tour Honor." ^ 

There's the criminal that Society Is hunting so ardently. 
THE BOY. 

Same story, practically. 

He plays ball in the street— cuffed, if caught by the police- 
man. 

He swings on the awning poles, trying to exercise 'his stunted 
muscles — cuffed again. 

In burning July, with shirt and trousers on, he goes swim- 
ming in private ponds— caught and cuffed and handed over to 
I the police. 

He tries for work. 

"What do you know?" 

"1 don't know nothin'; nobody 'ever taught me." 

He can not even endure the discipline of ten hours' daily 
shoveling— it takes education to Instill discipline, If only the edu- 
cation of the early pick and shovel. 

He has not been taught anything. He has been turned loose 
in a olty full of temptation. He had no real start to begin with, 
and no effort was ever made to repair his evil beginning 



"WHAT'S THE CHARGE, OFFICER?" 

"Attempted burglary; pleads guilty," 

In prison he gets an education. They teach him how to be a 
good burglar and not get caught. Patiently the State boards 
him, and educates him to.be a first-rate criminal. 

There's your first-rate crimlnail, Messrs. Bishops, good men, 
politicians and benevolent women.. 

Dear bishops, noble women, good men and sohemlng poll- 
tlolans, listen to this story: 

In the South Sea Islands they have for contagious diseases a 
horror as great as your horror of crime. 

A man or woman stricken with a loathsome disease, suoh as 
smallpox. Is seised, isolated, and the Individual sores of the small- 
pox patient are earnestly scraped with sea shells— until the pa- 
tient dies. It hurts the patient a good deal— without ever ourlng, 
of course— but it relieves the feelings of the outraged good ones 
who wield the sea shells. 

You kind-hearted creatures, hunting "crime' ' in great oltles, 
are like the South Sea Islanders in their treatment of smallpox. 

You ardently wield your reforming sea shells and you scrape 
very earnestly at the sores so well developed. 

No desire here to decry your earnest efforts. 

But if you ever get tired of scraping with sea shells, try 
vaccination, or, better still, try to take such care of youth, to give 
such chancel and education to the young, as will save them 
from the least profitable of all careers— CRIME. 

Scrape away with your sea shells, but try also to give a few 
more and a few better chances in youth to those whom you now 
L *"*nt as criminals Jn their mature y'ears. 

Ood Creoles boys and girls, anxious to live deoently. 
Y.0U8 SOOIAI, SXBTEM makes criminals and fills Jails. 



When the Wife's Away 





Mysteries o f Science and Nature 

The Sun Is a Variable Star and Its Changes Affect the Price of a 
Man's Dinner— --What Science's Latest Discovery Means. 



By GARRETT P. SERVISS 



T 



11B recently announced < 






Minor Changes in tho 

Sun Affect tho Earth's 

Temperature. 



decline from a 



Professor Frost**! an- 
r>nt Itiet lh« lime la near 
when It "111 bo possible 



successful cultivators v 
tho hints which he glv< 
printing changes In hi 
They will watch hip t 



Time's' Changes 

By MINNA IRVING. 



I CHANGED -to meet old Father Tlinp, 
It docs cot mutter where; 
He wo M a leather coat nod ca\>. 
And had a jaunty air. 
A pair of goggles hid his even. 
Ills boots were furred Inside; 
I viewed tho change with much atonic, 
"Where Is your scythe?" 1 cried. 

"It can not be that yon at last . , 

No longer menu to mow 
Unhappy mortal* llko the grass 

Before you as you go*" 
"The scythe," the ancient spirit sighed. 

"la alow and out of date. 

To do the work ot fate." 



It i 



forsee Its effects. Much still de- 
pends upon a better knowledge 
of the earth's atmosphere, for 
when a sudden change take? 
place lp the solar radiation the 
effect Is not Immediately felt on 
the earth. The atmosphere acts 
as a kind of buffer, and takes up 
tho shock, afterward distributing 
It In a moro gradual and gentle 

Change in Solar Radia- 

tionMightBringAbout 

an Indian Famine. 



elbflfttes are, but Interesting con- 
jectures, for every nebula might 
be wiped Out of the sky to-nlgbt 
without ulYcciIng the price of a 



is < (gallons. 



Copyright, 1911, by star Company. 



r-piHINKING of one thing all day 
. at night 

fall asleep, brain weary 
and heart sore; 
Hut only for a little while. At three, 
Sometimes at two, o'clock I wake 

and He, 
8tarlng out Into darkness; while my 

thoughts . 
Begin tho weary treadmill-toll again, 
that white marriage morning 

Down to this dreadful hour : 

r,lt with the lorellght of the honey- 

[ bear your voice, that lingered on 

As If It loved each letter; and 1 feel 
The clinging of your arms about my 

Your kisses on my cheek— and long 

The anguish of such memories with 

But cannot weep; the fountain has 



Of keen sheer joy of life. I bad 
Outside your pleasure ; and you loved 
That when I sometimes felt a worn 
For more serene expression of man' 
(Tho need of rest in calm affection' 

And not sail ever on the stormy 

main), 
Vet would I rouse myself to your 

desiro; 
Meet ardent kiss with kisses Just ; 






And; then our children 

In my soul. 
From tho llr«t hour of consdoUB 

motherhood, 
I knew I shuuld conserve myself for 

this 
Most holy office; knew Ood meant 

It so, 

in, I held your wishes 

double dutlea lost the 

beauty ; and 



Yet 



flrat 



bloom 
And freshness of 

beheld ■HIM 

A look of disapproval In 

But with the comlog of o 



The lover's Btulle, tinged with the fa- 
ther's pride, 
Returned ngatn; and helped to make 

And life was very sweet for both of 



Another, and another birth, and 

The little white bea 

aldo our door 
And took away some portion of my 

With my sweet .babies. At the first 

you seemed 
To suffer with me, standing very 



paused be- 



But when I wept too long yon turned 

away. 

I was hart, not realizing then 
My grief was 'selfish, 1 could see the 

change 
Which motherhood and Borrow made 

In. me; 
And when I taw the change that 

Saw bow your eyes looked past me 
when you talked, 
id when I missed the lore tone 

from your voice, 
did that foolish thing that women 

do: 
Complained and cried, accused you of 

neglect, 
And made myself obnoxious In your 

sight 



And often, after 



Onllgbtened eyes, my shrunken moth- 
er-breasts, 
And wept, and wept, and faded more 

How could I hope to win back wan- 
dering love, 

And make new flames In dying em- 
bers leap 

By Mich ungracious means? 

' And then She came, 
Firm bosomed, round of cheek, with 

snob young eyes, 
And all the ways of youth. I, who 

had died 
A thousand deaths in waiting the. re- 

Of that old love look to yoifr face 

Died yet again and went straight Into - 

hell 
When I beheld it come at her ap- 



My God, my God, how have I borne 

It all! 
Yet since she bad the power to make 

that look — 
The power to sweep the ashes from 

Of burned-out love for me, and light 

One thing remained for me— to let 

I bad no wish to keep the empty 

From which the priceless picture bad 

been wrenched. 
Nor do I blame you; It was not your 

fault; 
You gave me all that most men can 

give — love 
Of youth, of beauty, and of passion; 

t gave you full return; my woman- 
Matched well your manhood. Yet 

had you grown 111, 
Or old, and unattractive from soma 

(Less close than was my service unto 

you) 
T should have clung the tighter to 

And loved you, lovod you, loved you 



I grow so weary thinking of these 

Day In, day out; and half the awful 
nights. 



Solferino 

By REV. THOMAS B. OREQORV. 



r 






Austrtana fifty-four years ago, 
was one of the costliest of vic- 
tories,- a boomerang, the like of 
which Is but seldom found on the 
pages of history- 
Napoleon III, the Don Quixote 



Interfere 



t far c 



of s 



splendid triumph, Some 130,000 
French and Sardinians beat to a 
finish some 170,000 Austrians, and 
the Emporor'a cup of glory was 
sparkling to the brim! Solferino 
was well calculated to remind 
men of Auatertlta and Marengo 
and ot the great captain whoso 
genius had for so long led the 



i of I 






Zurich, which, among other 
things, wrested Lorobarty from 
Austria, thus materially weaken- 
ing her among the family of Eu- 
ropean nations. 

But the weakentng of Austria 
carried along- with It the strength- 
ening of Prussia. If there was a 
time when Bismarck laughed 
more heartily than ever before. It 
was when the news cam* to him 
of that Lombardy matter. The 
great Chancellor must have 
laughed himself well-nigh mortal 



what 1! 



Prussia for the leadership of' the. 
German States, the weakened 
state In which Austria would have 
to contend against the greatly Im- 
proved condition of Prussia, and 
the final Prussian triumph at 
Konlgrats. . 

But the Clear-eyed Bismarck 
saw even farther than that. H» 
saw Austria humbled and die- 
missed from the stage; he saw 
Prussia at the head of a united 



■ humble Franc. 



ALWAYS FIRST 



The SUNDAY 

AMERICAN 



Order It TimT 

Both Phone* Main 8000 



The Atlanta Georgian 

Read for Profit— GEORGIAN WANT ADS— Use for Results 



VOL. XI. NO. 305. 



ATLANTA, GA., MONDAY, JULY 28, 1913. 



B7 Th» Georgia) 



EXTRA 



PINKERTON CHEF IS SCORED BY LANFORD 



+•* +•♦ +•+ +•+ +•+ +•♦ - +•+ +•+ +•+ +•+ +•+ +•+ +•+ +•+ +.+ +.+ 



WILSO N APPOINTMENT ANGER S SOUTHERNERS 

SAYSlMCE 



I 



Dixie Lawmakers Roused, by Wil- 
son's Selection of Oklahoma 
Lawyer as Treasury Register. 

"WASHINGTON, July 27.— The se- 
lection of Adam E. Patterson! a ne- 
gro, of Muskogee, Ok la., for Register 
of the Treasury by President Wilson 
has created a stir here among ■ South- 
. em Democrats, who declare they will 
■ flght. the negro's confirmation to the 

Senator Gore and Representative Car- J 
ter, of Oklahoma,- it la said. With 
these two exceptions, the Oklahoma 
delegation Is solid against him. 
Race Antagonism Seen. 
/Southern Democrats, including Rep- 
resentatives Davenport and Murray, 



■ grounds 



Patters 



lected pays (5,000 per years 

During the 'last three Republican 
administrations a negro has held this 



is J, . C. Naplei 



' the Oklahoma 
politico. 



London Surprised 
When Suffragettes 
Parade Peacefully 



LONDON, July 27.'— London wai 
treated to a great surprise to-day. 
Four processions of peaceful suffra- 
gettes from all over England marched 
through the streets and were accord- 
ed a great demonstration. 

The peaceful members of the "votes 



man Catt, president of the Wom- 
an . Suffrage - League, was the 
principal speaker. She urged her 
hearers to refrain from vio- 
lence and declared more could be 
done for the cause by peaceful meth- 

Twenty platforms had been erect- 
ed in the park and all the -speakers 
were greeted with cheers. 
. The English suffragettes had copied 

and had .hiked from all parts of the 
country. Some were on the march 



Speed Mania Bobs 
Tetzlaff of His Wife 



drives. I was born and bred : 
Id. old Boston and I can't stand tl 

Teddy Tetzlaff to-day, when she ai 

file a suit for divorce against n> 
husband, the. famous automohfle rat 



s forced to lee 
j little Teddy, 
jm the ppeed ci 



i her husband 



Farmers 'Shoot Out' 
■Grudge; Both Hurt 

MOULTRIE, July 27.— Rufus Clark 

id BUI Cox, two. prominent farmers, 

engaged In a pistol duel several mites 

possibly mortally wounded. Clark 

nded by three bullets. 



looting began. Friends 



a negligible fact 
ion la Opposed- 



China Eebels Lose 
In Arsenal Attack 



Itfules Vedrines Hurt 
In Aircraft Wreck 



VrrZERLAND, July 27. 
in. Italy. across the Alps 



Do You 
Know 



he longest river In 
| the world? See 
lite 9 



a will be taken as lont 
icrn army Is victorious 
■em Is making a aupreii.< 
h the rebellion. 



Summer School Girl 
Attacked on Campus 



rams frightened her nssatlant away. 

v. with attempt at criminal assault. 
I held under 15.000 bond. 

Wilson Plays Golf; 
Plans Motor Outing 



fusibility of 



IDE! IN 
COURT 

Jacksonville Mayor to File Suit to 

Determine Who Shall. Control 

Force in Florida Town. 



JACKSONVILLE, July 27.— A 
an C. Swearlngen has annoi 
ist a bill will be filed In the Circuit 
'ourt early Monday to deter 
nether the Mayor or Board of Bond 
Trustees has the right to contrc 



UNITED STATES WINS THIRD MATCH 
FOR INTERNET 10 N A L T EN N I S ,'CU P 



polic. 



■ Mayo 



: he ( 



he arbitration plan suggested by 
lem was not accepted by the Mayor. 
While the flght is <rotng on the 
tayor considers the Chief suspended 
nd transmits his orders to Captain 
Harry Hall. On the other hand, the 
I Trustees recognize Chief Roach 

pay him his full salary. at ♦250 



Rail Managers Drop 
Demand; Strike Off 

NEW YOBK.'july 37.— The threat- 
en railroads virtually has been 
The railroad managers, after a 

■-day waived their right to 1 
ielr requests that their grie' 



sides and the 
the arbitration 
selected just as 



signed 'by both 



Committee 'Balked 
Wilson Unwittingly 



Win go was the 



Gen. Grant's Son, 56, 
Applies for Divorce 



aOLDFTELD. 



Chapman 
allegation. 



Landowners Agree 
To Arbitrate Claims 



. Passenger BUtlon 




Leaderless Convicts . 
Fire Sing Sing Again 



OSSINOTON. 



Help! Slit Trousers, 
Long Sox, Coming 



Sotclsl Cable to The Georgian. 

WIMBLEDON, ENG . July 27 
the flaming red head of Mauri 
McLoughlln. tha "California Co 
will rest' the laurel for brlnglnj 
Davis cup back home after a 
years' Btay abroad, providing < 
McLoughlln or Norrta Williams 
Monday. 

by the ve 



Mclaughlin, 






prising vlctr 
team In the ) 
match. Test 



steady and dependable gam 
McLoughlln's terrific servo a 
clblo passing that gave the A 
a decisive vlctgry ovor Engl 
doubles team. The score of t 



The matches Monday will brli 
aether Mclaughlin and Dixon s 



Narrow Escape as 
Fire Ruins Garage 



House Sets Record 
For Short Session 



ichln. 



i plod 



e garage, containing two big 
the machines belonged to 
operty of J. L. Wright. The 

i several thousand dollars. 



Committee Favors 
Envoy Nominations 

WASHINGTON. July 27.— The San. 



TO 
POLICE 



Detective Head Also Asserts Pha* 

gan Evidence Private Sleuth 

Unearthed Was Plant 

Chief of Detective. Lantern" 
roundly scored n. B. Pierce, 
head of the Pinkerton Detective 
Agency in Atlanta, Saturday, for 
what he termed questionable pro. 
cedure in connection with the' 
Phagan murder investigation.- 

When application wa« mads 
by the agency for permission to 
oporato in Atlanta and the mat- 
ter was under congideration by 
the Police Board, the promise waa 
made that the Pinkertona would 
work in harmony with the olty 
detective department and would 
co-operate in the npprehenadon of 
criminals. 

Thl, promise, according- to Ltttfora. 
has been kept er all connoted with 



which tha Uepuh- 
:o protest against 
e discussion of the 



Transfusion Saves 
Starving Militant 



LONDON. July !7. 



!ra EmmeUnB 
seriously til 



agency with the 

ce. The Chief tnttmntad that the 
Bollce Board would be asked to take 
n against Piorce personally. 
Lanford Hints si •Plant." 
the Phagan case MT. Scott -.has 
- „ this department •vary 
day and baa turned over all the- ert- 
found," said Chief Lan- 
ford. "During his absence from the 
-ilty a bloody stick and an envel- 

»hlch the money due Mary Phagan. 
ras plaosd, tren turned ovw.to the 
Lttorncya for the defense, and .'no 
oentlon of the fact made to theido- 

'The place where these articles 
»are reported to have been found bad 
been sarched by officer* so thoroughly v 



been made for blood spots. 

"in addition to this, the In 
company had all the rubbish j 
from this part -of the building aniLihe 
floor scrubbed afterward and before 
tbe articles were said to hare been 
found. They were not there at the, 
time, and If they werif found there, as 
Mr. Pierce claims, they were placed 



Ch 



son of Faith. 
Pierce has not made good bis 
a (or the promise of his core* 

is taken up by the board, X 
rv> them the fscta." 
Police Board probably wilt 



Harry Soctt, who has 
he Investigation Into the Phagan 
nurter mystery for the Pinkertona 1 



by counsel for the factory superin- 
rident. The detective previously bod, 
sen served with a a unpen a from So* 
:Itor Dorset's office. 
Inasmuch an Scott's ettttcde>aknoftr j 
cm the first has appeared to be die- I 

tlnctly unfavorable to Frank, 



the defense ' 



a the i . 

generally unexpected 
of coneldera 
Scott, how 
be In possession -i 



eed to bring about tbe convlctit 

"I wish It understood that I 
'holly neutral In this matter," said* 
cott Saturday afternoon la remark -fl 
ig on the aubpena he received from 
ie defense. 'The Investigation was* 
tade by the Pinkertona wit hoot fear 
r favor. We uncovered s. larga 
mount of evidence-. Bomo of K was 
aJuahl'e, Some' of It was worthless Itt 
to light of present development*, 
ome of It pointed strongly toward*' 



•J'fdK ATLiAJSTA U-JSOKU1AN ASD MF.WS. 



rams can 

BE RECLAIMED, 

JUliStfS 

Geologist Has Just Completed 

Survey — Declares Vast Latent 

Wealth Is. There. 



the United States Geological Survey 
returned to Atlanta Friday from th> 
rterWft ttvrTg\a&cp, where, In corn 
pan j with E. T. Perkins, SI- O. Leigh' 
ton and laham Randolph, lie mads i 
survey to determine the feasibility of 
draining tho great swnsn 

Mr. Hall Is pleaaed wl 
•f the Investigation and 
«C1 ' be possible to recti 
the water-covered area. 

"There are," aatd Mr. 
tirade of square miles 1: 
glads* whero no white n 

as snotigh money can b* 
end Judiciously used this 



CHAPTER 5 IN PHAGAN CASE IcOLUM'BIA 

Wv'at r^ 1 » y~* C rrn . ° ther " «*«'•« ««• building, the tale conference of the attorneys June 84. Dosa! a*aJn to »»tno nA th« trtnl. Th* I III ' ' 



"hun- 



'Oprlated 



territory 

^{srtlle farm land. 

Canal To Be Built 
Tbtt first great task to be an 
taken win be the construction < 

Port Meyers, thus uniting the 
and west coasts of Florida, 
canal will bo made navigable for 
■arrest ships and wilt reduoe the 
distance between these two points 



The Negro Con ley's Confession That 

He Was Frank's Accomplice and 

Events Leading Up to Trial. 



CHAPTER VI. 



ho strange spell of his acting had 



aroused the 



third nflldavlt, ■ 

Imagination, spu 

ow at the gallon 

Klriro this rlr, 



changed 



building, 
on new Important 
• the office of Attn 



e, rushed to the police station 
Mlneey never told them 
tlfy Contey 



ale that they are making n 
e desperate toward the i ,8 a ,act - Th «V" declare that when 

which laid the respon- 1 criminal, and many times have 
< killing of Mary Pha- n,m through the third degree I 
>on the shoulders of the i?° n io BCl ftnotn * r confession o 






appropriation for dralnngo work. Sev 
ersl million dollars were spent. Th 
work was done without due conald 
oration. The men engaged Jumped a 

ths work dons la lost time and monej 
'uselessly spent, for the water does no 
run the right way. 

"An appropriation of $40,000 hai 
been made recently for Investigation 



alone to determine i 
le.000.000 will *bo 



Sctly what < 
s gone In a 
pproprlated 



I^uderdate — a real es 
t land for II an acre. This 



cesi— Zona, Fl. 

this land 

irgtadea are about 
el and the water 



180 






fCHt 



boye sea level 

drainage 

rlgatlog system iq the dry months. 
The soil Is rlob and black and the oil- 
mate Is Ideal. No malaria la found In 
the center of the Everglades at Lake 
Okechobee — a beautiful lake about 30 
miles square— a little Inland sea, one 
might term It. There In not a minute 
In the day that huge blaok baa. 
not Jump In the water. There 
hundreds of them, and as you tr 
n° rtL b ° at * con,,,lUa, ■P"a«h'nff 
' Killed Some Alligators. 



baan do 



-.,. |) . 



degrees la the 

"We traveled msny 

" I tell you, I saw 

weird sights. We 

nlng, when tl 



and, I telt 

combination 
In the si 
bright, i 

. pound. 



Kht i 



alligator* -one c 



1 can positively st 
portunlty and fat 
alt Investment In 



boat and 
lss as targe 

twelve feet In 
that golden 



House Seems Sure 
'To Pass Drugs Bill 



The Shuptrlne drug 

Tuesday. Indlc. 
passed. The bl 
enforcement of the' law 






provides for rigid 

limited 

toTfs. Inspectors are pro- 



. iiais win maintain the ay 
representative Bhuptrine, 
head of a targe drug firm In 
nah and who has been presl 
the Oeorgla Pharmaceutical / 
tlon, has worked hard for the 



■ has 



U H. Unit Optical 



SEASHORE 

EXCURSION 
AUGUST 7. ,- 
Jacksonville, Brunswick, 
St. Simon, Cumberland, At- 
lantic Beach, $8.0O-Limit- 
ed 6 dayB. Tampa, Pla., $8 
—Limited 8 days. 
TWO SPECIAL TRAILS. 
10 p. m. solid Pullman train. 
10:16 p. m. Coach train. 
Make, Reservations Now. 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



forr 



Is and" had r< declde.! ' , " Vn Vo\n\t-a °'"- A number ( 
mare In the crime jment " ron . nict,n * w1th ,no testimony 
/ikno loriK- : r 'fjj ft j' 

■e of "chool teacher and Insurance agent, 

Mlneey Affidavit a Bomb. 
N?*t to the story of Jim Conley 
himself, the affidavit nf Mlneey, 
cueing the negro of the boast 

llonal of tho entlro Phagan mystery. 

even surpassed the tale of Conley. 
Events of Importance I 
. the case through 

o the present, but 

Mlneey overshadowed them 

Mln'ola McKnlght, negro cook, grill 

accused factory superintendent, 

ambers" signed hei 



Ion of guilt upon the Innocent Frank 
t Defense Attache Confession. 
The latter Is the theory of Frank'i 

iwyers, and they will advance It am: 



with I 



xninanu wnen tne trial, se 
Monday, Is under way. 
when the negro admitted!! 
a long series of falsehood; 
iwrjured himself repeatedl; 
hnuld this la it weird 
he 
n they a 



"Why. 

since bis 

tale of his be taken as the gospel 
truih7" Is the question they aek. 
apparently with some degree of 

false, the negro's story 

npresslve to the t 

d his damning ncc 

he factory nuperlnti 

day. If the affidavit 

lit. 

■i« 
give the 



July ■ 



fabrication of the 



guilty mind, 

enough 

lated Frank to dispose of the body- 
give the statement the color of n 
uralness and verity, and not such 

plcloo 



ctured In the brain 
Nefli-o 6t1oke to Story. 



he killing of the 












.:■• ■ | 
■ tie 

factory 



i Infinitely r 



tho basei 



nallbound, 



detail 



police officials, de- 

closely aboul 

back again 

reproduced 
very t 
which he 

the body, I 

rom Chief Beavera* 

Harry Scott, ho told 

. jut prompting. 

Re;enaete Ghastly March. 

pointing 

position of Mary Pha 

He fay partly 
gh" * 
"Why. this girl's stone dead! 



he had had only a i 
Unhfslt, ■ 

' ■ said he came ii"on 
e rear of I ho second I 

■lonal c 






whero she laid, 

he dropped down 
•y the poal 
body as he had said he found 
He lay partly on his fa<*« with 
right leg slightly 
■• 
Krrink In 
ngnt oi nis discovery 
Frank was standing In the d 
ght there. He told ma to 
ck and put her body In that 



Then the 






Vlt B 



bagging In * 



heavy weight on his sh 
pointed out where inn bi 
dead girl's body became t 
" laid ho called 
pertnten. 



ofuliy and had bo 
be guilty of tin* < 

edom of 

-■-■ com: 

brought 
failed, except In changing Lee' 

July 10 The Georgian publli 
nrtllng charges of Mince- 
contained In an affidavit 

The a. 

■aching school 

eclared. th 
that Mar. . . 
slain had bragged of kllllm 

for .the American Insuranc 

■rth Pryo 

district 

iclared In hia aflidavlt that' 
: In tho nil ten until noor 
28, and In th«_ afternoon 



1 Fran 



; hhr 



onlej 



< little girl 



himself dropped 
o glr| when they r\aa pro- 
ceeded but a few steps farther. The 
ro proceeded to the elevator, where 
cald he wnlted fcir Frank to get 
key, described the trip i© the 
basement and his carrying of tho body 
ash heap at tho rear while 
little 



Conley 



^TelUof Writing Notes, 
X FraAle g( 
llresoma 









the I 



and Mr.^Frank he couldn 
nley then described the 



irred between 
quite erased 




! of the 



aflidavlt which told of 

the mur< 
ilng. Within 
te had been liberate 
> station she denied t 



Foil Plan 
An effort we 

tho detectives by having 



I affidavit, 
ve Conley. 

: Conley 



Ing char-Act 

charged 



frustrated In t 



; afraid to let Conley talk. 



appeared far from 

Iked to Baturday afternoon, April 

Chief Lanford scouted 
jld he bel' 
tbrl cation. 

uld call Mlneey to the 
when the trial nctually 

itlgatlon of tho at 
ho^had Dyed In Oeorgl 
letters 
he* r " 



gan. Solicit - . 
He looke. 






tho recipient 



ild be 
davIL 

cent ti 
inally 



ible 



> discredit th 

elopme 

30, th. 

ial, approach 



history. June 30, the date orig- 



erl Judge L, S. Roan. 



oonference of the attorneys June I 
nd by agreement between counsel i 
le date for Dext Monday, July 28. 

Conley Indictment Urged. 
With the publlcatloi 



1 cha 



The d 

that. If 



The demand \ 



'estlgation of Conley*s 
ie by the Grand "Jury! 
* made on the ground 



...« a round 

guilty, hit 

* wilh the 

when it 

turaMhlng for him 

that Conley 

Solicitor Doreoy bitterly opposed i 

tight It to the last. Ho de 

convict the 



supposition that 
... ng for him to " 
'etlfy agaliiat Frank 

houldara,- where It belonged 

anlly the 



Reatie" 



'nfldcnt of his guilt, 
meeting of 



i asked to be preaent when 
>re met July 31. . No other wlt- 
ies were called. The Solicitor for 
hour and a half detailed his rea- 
» for not desiring the indictment 



a would be taken 

Doriey Balks Postpone 



state had been prepared to go ahead) 
since June 80 and that there i 
valid reason apparent why It could | ! 
not go on when called July 28. 
Frank wfll go on trial for h 
next Monday if no motion ^for t 
tlnuance Is successful. The p 
Indications are that no effort n 
made for a poatponement Witnesses ji 



,. The young factory superintendent \' 
win go before the tribunal expressing i 
confidence In his acquittal. Through ; 



When he' hag been visited by his wife. 
and other relatives, the conversation! 
Invariably has been on cheerful aub- 



isslon of the mystery with] 









making 

■dared that he had reviewed 
' ly and had 
Frank could 

Habeas corpus proceedings 

ler the 
attorneys for 

procuring 

Charges Death Boast. 

ily 10 The Georgian pi 

startling charges of Mlneey 

'ned In an aflidavlt 1 

the defense. Four days 

aching school at Riving 

his own Btory of 

with , Conley in 

the negro on >>•« 

Mary Phagan 

of k"" 

ii 

ompany, 

Terminal 'station.' 

April 












cts. 



» situated on tt 
et. According t 



i was going by at 
lonfoy Was Exolted. 



statement to Tho 
"He told me h 
anloy. He told i 
0. 173 Rhodes a 
as something wr 



<r stockade. 

right own) 
Jd: 'Murder 



It Idle Brag 
d much Import; 



thinking thM 



Icllon that <:onley was 
commuted the murder. 



■ '■"■■'■: 



HEARST'S 

Daily Sunday 

GEORGIAN AMERICAN 

Now Leads Them All 



Statement Filed by Atlanta Georgian With 
the Postoffice Department 

STATEMENT OP THE OWNERSHIP, MAN- 
AGEMENT, Circulation, etc., of the at-' 

LANTA GEORGIAN, published daily at Atlanta, Geor- 
gia, required by the Act of August 24, 1912. Editor, 
Keats Si)eed, Atlanta, Ga. Managing Editor, . C H. M. 
Sc.hraudenbach, Atlanta, Ga. ' Business Manager, H. E. 
. Murray, Atlanta, Ga. Publisher, The- Georgian Com- & 
pany, Atlanta, Ga. Owner The Georgian CompanvjtA 
W. R. Hearst, 137 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 
ICnown bondholders, mortgagees, and other security 
holders, holding one per cent or more of total amount 
pi bonds, mortgages or other securities: W. R. Hearst 
137 Riverside Drive, New York, N.' Y. The Trust Com- 
pany of Georgia, Atlanta, Ga., Trustee. Average num- 
ber of copies of each issue of this publication Bold or dis- 
tributed through the mails or otherwise, to paid sub- 
scribers during the six months preceding April 1, 1913, 
43,236; freo to advertisers, employees, exchanges, serv- 
ice, etc., 3,112; total circulation, 46,348. H. E. Murray 
Business Manager. Sworn to and subscribed before me 
this<24th day of July, 1913. (SeaD H. Q. Orosthwait, 
Notary Public. My commission expires March, 1915. 



SWORN CIRCULATION STATEMENT 

June 1st to June 30th 



GITY CIRCULATION 

By Carrier ; 19,144 

Street Sales and News Stands 7,891 

Suburban Agents (20-Mile Zone) . 11,007 l 

. Total. "38,042 

COUNTRY CIRCULATION 

Country Agents 20,933 

Mail..; 6,859 

Total... 27,792 

DAILY AVERAGE CIRCULATION .... 65,834 
SUNDAY CIRCULATION 87,589 

The above figures are true and correct to the best of my 
lnformatiou and belief. (Signed) ALBERT ELLIS, . 

Circulation Manager. 
. Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 9th day of July, 
J. 913 - IL C. CROSTHWAIT; 

Wotary Public, Fulton County, Ga. My Commission 'Expires 



PENNANT 



For IS Cents and the Pennant 
Coupon That Appears Below 

Regulation Size— 12x30 Inches' 



On Sale by the Following News Dealers 

IN ATLANTA 



JACKBON-WESSHL DRUO 00.. Marietta ua Broad Streoto, 
CItUICKSIIANK CIOAR CO., PosohtrM ul Prjor Strata. 
OEOnOIAN TEIIRAOB CIOAR CO., Oeoralail TVsrraM. 
HAUROUR'8 SMOKFJ HOUSE, 41 North Prror Street 
WBUNBBRO BROS. CIOAR STORE. Alabama and Prior Street*; 
BROWN ft ALLEN, Alabama and Whitehall Streets. 
HAHBB DRUO CO., 880 Whitehall Street 

OUNTER-W ATKINS DRUO CO.. Peaohtree and Walton Streets, . 
MEDLOCK PHARMACY, Lee and Gordon Street* 
WEST END PHARMACY, Lee and Cordon Street* 
JOHNSON SODA CO.. 1(1 Whitehall Street 
WH1TKHALL IOE CREAM CO.. 884 Whitehall Street 
STBWART SODA CO., Cooper and Whitehall Street* 
j GREATER ATLANTA CONFECTIONERY CO. IM Peaohtree St 
ADAMS ft WISE DRUO BTORB, Peaohtree and linden Street* 
TAYLOR BROS. DRUO CO, Peaohtree and Tenth Street* 
TAYLOR BROS. DRUO CO, Weet Peaohtree and Howard Street* 
CRYSTAL SODA CO, Locale and Broad Street* 
SLK3N DRUO CO, Peaohtree and Marietta Street* 
JACOBS' PHARMACY. Alabama and Whitehall street* 
WALTON SODA CO, Walton BuOdlnc 

Out-of-Town Dealers 

Ont-of-Tows Price, 18o and the Pennant Coupon. 

! BENNETT BROB., 1409 Newcastle Street, Brunswlc*, Oa. . 

j JOB N. DUKNBTT. 418-A King Street, CbarleetoQ, S. Q. ' 

RHK VTNINO, Dafton, Ga. . 

ORA IaYONB. Griffin, Ga. 

TUB GEORGIAN CAFE, Bast Olajton Btreet, Atherjs. Ga, 

M. & W. CIGAR CO., Bast Clayton Street, Athens, Os. 

COLLEOB CAFE, Broad and College Streets, Athena, Q*. 

ORR DRUG CO„ But Clayton Street, Athens, Oa. 

BOSTON CAFE, North College Avenue, Athens, Ga. 

SUNDAY AMERICAN BRANCH OB*FICE. 165 East Clayton Street, 
. Athens, Ga. 

ROME BOOS STORE CO.. Rome, Oa. 

CHEROKEE NEWS STAND, Rome, Oa> J 

H. K. EVBRBTT, Calhoun, O*. .* 

J. D. BRADFORD, Sumter, 8. O. . 

EARL A, STEWART, 461 Cherry Street, Mncon, Ga, 
.R08T. NEWBY, Vienna, Oa. 

If your news dealer can not 
supply you, write us. We 
send pennants anywhere for 18 
Cents and the Pennant Coupon. 

SPECIAL. COUPON 



THIS COUPON entitles the holder to any 
or all Pennants at the Special Reduced 
Price of IS Cents for each pennant when 
presented, to any Atlanta news dealer or at the 
offices of 



s 



20 East Alabama St. 



» Edgswood Awn*, 



LIST OF PENNANTS 



Harvard Georgia Tech Mason 

Tab G*. UnivertitT Elk . 

Princeton Alabama Eagf, 

Cornell CohmbU 



r«deea,,a ty wr*. 



This affords an unusual chance to 
obtain Pennants >at a previously 
unheard-of price. 



20 East Alabama St 9 Edgewood Arena 

ATLANTA • 



K ACTED U 



ALWAYS FIRST 



The SUNDAY 

AMERICAN 



Order it NOW ss 

Both Phones Main 8000 



Read for ProHt-.-GEORGIAN WANT ADS— Use for Results 



VOL. XI. NO. 306. 



ATLANTA, GA., MONDAY, JULY 28,. 1913. 



O^gTIJM. «H, 




GULLS TAKE 
H0T.UTTLE- 



SOUTHERN LEAGUE 



Paulet's Timely Single Scores 

Stock With Winning Run; 

Smith Gets Home Run. 



NEW ORLEANS .... .' 000 100 - 1 7 2 

BIRMINGHAM 000 020 1 - 3 4 1 

Green* and Angamefor) Prough and Mayer. Umpires, Kerln and Steele- 



00X - 5 8 2 
001 - 2 6 2 

», Brsltsnstsln and 



NEW ORLEANS 001 000 

BIRMINGHAM .'.. 101 220 



MEMPHIS . . 
NASHVILLE 



fib 



' Thompao 
I argument. 



000 
001 



Montgomery- Chattanooga, no game; rain. 



NATIONAL LEAGUE 1 



PHILADELPHIA 
PITTSBURG .... 

Seaton and Klllifer; Can 
T CHICAOO^- 

BOSTON 

CHICAGO ....... 

BROOKLYN 

CINCINNATI .... 

NEW" YORK..... 
ST. LOUIS ..... . 



. . 202 001 100 -6111 
. . 002 000 000 - 2 6 

Simon. Umpire*, Rlglar and* Dyron. 



.... 010 001 002 
.... 211 410 00X 

and Breinahsn, Umpires, Orth and Klem 



4 9 2 
9 11 1 



040 000 010 - 5 8 2 
003 121 00X - 7 10 3 



100 001 200 - 4 6 3 
000 000 000 - 4 2 



AMERICAN LEAGUE 



El 

G1L05T3 

WEEKS 



Lynette Awtrey, Acworth Helreif, 

Strangely Mining, Wires Plea 

for Help From Utah. 

A dramatic etoxy behind the my*' 

terious disappearance of Mlis Lynette 
Awtrey, H-year-oId daughter of 
wealthy Orlando Awtrey, one of the 
leading oltUeni at Acworth, Ga., and 
a mamb>r of one of Pobb Counly'a 
moat prominent families, who. aftev 
a tour of Europe,, boarded 'a train In 
New York tor Atlanta and then van- 
ished aa utlerly aa though aha had 
left the earth, la expected to be bared 
thla week when the girl orrlvea home, 
from Olden, Utah, where ahe ha* 
been located. 

Miss Awtrev has bean mining for 
nearly two weeka. Becoming home- 
sick during her European trip, ahe re- 
turned to New York and wired her 
father to Bend her money' to come 
home. Mr. Awtrey wired her *3G0 and 
the same day received a telegre: 
asking him 
thjuk 




AT WASHINGTON— 

ST. LOUIS .... 
WASHINGTON 

lichen and Alexand 
tally. 



, . 300 000 109 - 4 4 2 
, . 000 010 000 - 1 6 5 

and Henry. Umolrei, Fer.uaon and 



All other games off on account of rain. 



SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE 



CHARLESTON— 
000 020 00X - 
MACON— 
000 000 000 - 

COLUMBUS— 
002 000 000 - 
ALBANY— 
020 000 010 - 



alnple 
PR*:. 



TDell, achmldt sen.Lt 



WAYOROSS— 
000 012 10X - 
VALDOSTA— 

000 000 100 "- 

r°Oint/c, 

THOMASVILLE— 

001 000 000 - 1 
CORDELE— 

aoo 000 100 - 1 



AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. 

■Oled"'. . , . . 01} 000 ICO— 3 6 



.r?"C 



INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. 

iKVrk O0I 000 OOO-i « 



m 






M^Hf"'u*ti .*"""■ 



EMPIRE LEAGUE 



1 9 3 



5 1 



AMERIOUS— 
603 013 000 
BRUNSWIOK- 
400 000 100 



CAROLINA LEAGUE. 



OnTV.,,, 






h'S! 






* 



her In Atlanta 




Sam Jackson Is Fatally Shot by 

Grover Cleveland 

Parte e. 



Bam Jackson, a ' freight . engineer 

1 the 'Georgia Railroad, waa ahot 
and fatally wounded by Orover 
Cleveland Partee, also an engineer, 
at the roundhouse In Inman Park 
about S o'clock Monday afternoon. 

According to wltneaaea of the 
•hooting, Jaokson 'had. juat coma In 
from a run, and on leaving hla en* 
glne met Partee. It la said thai 
there ' had been bad fellng between 
the two men for aorhe time, and after 
a few words, Partee draw a revolver 
and fired one time, the bullet itrlk 
Ing Jackson in the neck, 

Th* Qrady ambulance was at one 
called, and the wounded man rushed 
to the hospital, but he died on I 
operating table, without, ever- i 
gaining contelouantse. 

Men at the roundhouse held Pi 
tee until the arrival of the poll 
when he waa taken to the etatl 
The cauee of tha murder la not net 



girl,.'.-. 

exhausted 
mlialng girl. 
The aid of the William J, Burna Pe« 
tectlve Agency was enlisted and the 
operative!! of the famous sleuth 
Unlte'd 

atatea: the aid .of. police department! 
>vsr the country waa' Invoked" 
with no result. For all the de- 
tective* ware able to ascertain to the 
contrary the girt had dissolved 'Into 
thin air, After ahe boarded the train 
1 New York abaolutely no . trace 
uld be found of l.«\ 

aende-Myeterleua Telegram. 
With constant report! of failure be- 
B filed by, America's most noted 
ileiitha, Mr. Awtrey redoubled hla ef- 
forts to find hla missing daughter, 
Mora appeals were made to police de- 
partments, private detective agencies 
In the search, and pho- 
tographs of the young girl were sent 
illy by tha Burna men In the 
hope that someone could be found 
who had aeen her. 
Sunday morning Mlaa Awtrey broks 
:r silence of two weeks with a tale- 
•am from Ogden that lntenajfled tha 
yatery. It contained no explanation 
: her disappearance. The telegram 
as a piteous appeal for a!d— a cry 
iat aha waa alon* and penniless In 



e message waa signed "Lynette," 
no address in Ogden save the 

em Union. Mr. Awtrey Imme- 
diately wired his daughter money and 
a ticket to Adwprth,by way of tha 
Union "Pacific, 11 is probable that 



will 



at Nashville or 



Tha disappearance of Mlaa Awtrey 
is almost identical with the caae of 
Dorothy Arnold, the missing New 
York heiress, who atlll la being sought 
by detectives after a disappearance 
of more than a year,, and has attired 
and ptrplextd Cobb County more than 
any mystery of recent years. 

Cornea Prom .Leading Family. 

The fact that the girl comea from 
one of the leading families of North 
Georgia makes the Interest In the 



all 1 



- fat ho 



VIRGINIA LEAGUE. 
'crtSmowih to* 000 otr> — a 

leanoke , ■ . . . 101 OOQ ' WO--1 ♦ * 

•Ijlffiurg?! . . ; too oto . w£3 a a 



GEORGIA-ALABAMA LEAGUE. 



la praaldent of the Acworth Cottc 
Mills Manufacturing Company of At 
worth, and is Interested largely In tr 
cornmcrolel life of the town. She la 
niece of Mrs. D, T, McCletchy, wl: 
of the reading clerk of the Georgia 
Houso of Representees*, and a 



LATEST 

NEWS 



RACING 

RESUI/rS 



FIRBT— Progressive S7 (Karrlck), 
Time 1:1> a-5. Alio rt 



SECOND-Mlle. Vi 
101 (Butwell), J-B. T-10, 
Wellea 1H < Wilson) ; i. 
Discovery 102 (Woife), 



e: Bttucoup 10T (y 
Reybaurn iofl (Hui 
t, tAlrd. Time 1: 



Thtr, 



I l.ili-S. Also 



PIPTH— About two miles; 'Shannon 
glvsr HO (AH»n>, l-B. out, won; IUoo 
Brock Ul (Kramer), 1, fi-4. ecen, sic- 
ond; Essex II 141 (Mr. P. Alpers), SO, 

o'f the wind, Nw&rl'addMi'fo.L 8 ° n 
SIXTH-SIx furlongs: Lily Orme 10» 

iffufu'M' 1 *-^ 

J10 (Wolfe), «-«. l->, out,- third. Time, 

nR8T~0^urloAs , : 1L Jaa r ?'MlcS-«t »* 
(Steele}, II-*,. «-s, 1-1. won; R 
Ul (Vandusen}, 6, 6-2. T-l, 



111 (Vandupien). 6, 6-2. |-i, second; 
Mockery 10l (Buxton), 12, B, i-|, third. 
?!!?.• k iW W- Alio ran: fediao, Ooo«l 
Will, Buss Around. Amazement, Inqu- 
Isncs, John P. Nixon, Nancy Onne, 
-■ ■•'■ — Fidelity. 



LON DON. July KtV-Carr Qemm, 

mambef »f Parllamant, t«>day 
wan Hla eult far diverts. He hid 
named EIHeU Qraw«hiy Williams, 
alee a member af Parliament, ** 
co .respondent, 

WA8HIN0T0fi7jVly 88^-fro- 

Jraaajva Republican members of 
he tenet* to-day met m Sena- 
tar LePolIette'a offloe and deter- 
mined 4e euppart the UePellatte 
amendment fa the wool aehedula 
and the Cummins amendments to 
the melale egh'rWe, . 

WAaHlNOTWN, July Sa^Am- 

biii.dor Henry Lane Wilson 
mchid the White House prampt- 
ly at 2.80 o'eloek far hla eonftr- 
enee with President Wilson on 
th* Mexican e.tu«tl*n L and hur- 
rlad at enee Into tha HMecutlve'e 
•ffiea. where tha Preeldent waa 
watting. 



BRU88ELB, July Z 
Inoot valued at.fWrWO 
to-day frem the aha: 
tlon, Thsre li 
rebbere. 






'Vlhlbl- 
ta tha 



WA8HINOTON, July 28^-Rep 
reeentatlva Howard, of Oeorgia 
to-day offered a resolution in th> 
House calling on the Civil 8erv 
Ice Commission for Informatloi 
"wlatlng to the solicitation e 
campaign funds In the Fedsra 
Butldlnfl af th* olty ef Atlants 
Ga., in 1912." Howard demand, 
correspondence which may havi 
passed between the oammlaaiai 
and the Department of Justice h 
connection with the solfoltatloi 
of such campaign eontrlbptlont 
He charges certain transactlam 
were "covered up" by the forme 
Republigsn administration. 

C, H. PhllllpaTof Red Oak, Q 
wee run ever and InJ ' ■-■ 
eblle dr.ven by 

.._ . tne Eaat Paint 

Monday afternoon. Dr. Bird 



Bird 
^ "KJIi 

QeldemUh , Sanitarium, 



Point read.aarly 



the Blklns- 
-turn, with 
which he Is connected, wher* It 
I* reported th* Injuries ais 
ssrleue. Dr. Bird sailed th. 
Ho* when h* react- ' 
pltel and notified th< 
cldent. H* waa r 

ln| and Willi!** * 
Court Tuesday 

- CHICAGO, July g8,~Joteph 
Pish, millionaire ineuranee brek- 
er, waa Indicted twelve times, end 
six ether men were Indicted from 
one to seven times *aon by the 
Cook County Grand Jury to.-da: 

ve*t>«-atlen. 



Injuries mr* 
' eallad tha po- 
ohed th* hoe- 
hem of the ec 
eerved with a 
<lesa drlv- 
Rsoarder'a 



Jf1 



lo.t 6ar 
ihi. .n 



ARK., July St. 
...rO,WM h.n.ad 
for th. murda. a) 



— Bo.. 0,yl 
thla afl.rn 
B.rd Willlama. a rur 

>.. Willlama. ma alaln 



TRgNTON, 
Jr.dM.ra ef I 
Vaal and Pa' 



T 



Clubs iff" Buxton)', I. "l, a-B*"thIrJ*Tlni* 

Howdy How^y"' Mudelir'o; fcm * Hinry 
Hutchinson, Bplndie, Bernodotte. 

THIHD— Five snd one-half furlongs: 
Molsant 194 (Steele), 1S-6, -fi-ri, I-j. 
won: My Genl 103 (Snyder). 6, J, even, 
tacor.d; niscW Hiver 111 (Mootjy), 80, 
I, t, third. Time. 1:07. Also ran: Mies 
ridlih. U BRlnrells, Wentwortl , flit- 
tra, Hearthstone, George 8, Davis, 81" 
trlx, flchneller, Bmaih. 
J iTOURTH^tU- miles: Bamegat 1 

*FIpfff---Blj iurlohgs! Rflft 101 (Bny- 
djr>, I. T-5. 7-10 t won: Pat Uutledgo »3 
(Deronde), B-t, l-l. t-fi. second: ficar- 
Ui tatter M (Mar flu) «, 16, 1, I, third 
Time 1:11 1-0. Also ran: Berenais, 
I.oulse Trevor*, Laura Tattler, Requi- 
re m and Beau pre. 

BIXTH-aix furlonn: filr Blaise 107 
(Hopkins), 6. 8-6, S-6, won: Sun Queen 
l5l Weabati), I, S, even, secnnd:>an- 
sareta 101 (Gross), ll-J, 1-6, out, third. 
Time, fill J-J, Afso ran: Frlnem Ah- 
med, Xnlghta Differ. 

ENTRIES. 
FIRBT— Purse (Boo. maiden, I- 



Also eligible: Dick Deedwood 101, 
Qusen Sain 102, Urandywine 10J. A»an- 
«en 101, Brynava 101, Luther 103 

BECOND^Purse foOO. a-year-otds. IK 
furlongs: Lady Isle II. A-MartoTa 10*. 
Frolsart 101, Alofbass 107, Amphlon 08, 
xSUpperr Day 105. 

THIRD— Purse 1 1,600. Nuraery States 



101, 91 Oralis, ' 
FIFTH— Purse 1609, J-sar-olds- ar 

lflf, 'akinmuty'll, Mlsa Jonah 103, Tom 
Bayers HO, aHlph Lloyd 103, Taotlcs 
101, tad of Langdon 110, Hells of ~ 
Mawr 101. Foxcraft 101, 
1 SIXTH— Purse |600, 3-year-olds and 
up, selling. 6 furlongs; Hiring Maid 
ltH. xThuo Ceok.lOI, DUQUHM lit, Flex 
107, Labold 110, Marjorfe 113. xCamel- 



BKVKNTH--P 



letting, mile and one- sixteenth, 
Hasson 100. ' xMcCrcary 109. 



Auprantfoi 



Dallas Girl Typist 
Slain at Her Desk 



inographer. 

,s cut end 

, evidently 



In the offices at the time she w 
tacked. Brulsea«on her body t 
that the girl had fought hard i 



onnsetlon with 
potlce the ar- 

■nutlonary. ami 



WASHINGTON, July 28.— The 
Democrat, of the Hogse Bonk- 
ing and Currenoy Committee to- 





I Q||RPP|Q|Up 

SPEEoJiS » 

Here are the important developments in the trial of Leo 
M. Frank for the murder of Mary Phagan. , 

Jury chosen at 1 :30 p.m. 
"~ " Mrs. Coleman, girl's mother, takes stand after recess, at 
3:16, and tells of Mary leaving for the factory 11:45 a. m. on 
April 28. 

George W. Gpps, boy companion of Mary Fhagan, repeats 
his story that he had an engagement to meet her on the after* 
noon of the fatal day. 

Newt Lee, night watchman at the factory, tells his story 
of the finding of- the body and subsequent developments. He 
says Frank aoted queerly the day of the orlme, and is cross- 
- examined by Luther Rosser. 

Court adjourned at 6:15 after an Interesting session. 

Mr.. J. W. Coleman, mother of murdered Mary Fhagan, -yrai' 
the first witness for the prosecution at the trial of Leo Prank Hon 
day afternoon. After answering several questions she broke down 
completely when the solicitor exhibited the little lavender skirt 
worn by her daughter wheu she last saw her alive. She covered 
her face with a fan and for several minutes could not answer n 
question. 

The first question asked hfr ,wa8!_ 

"What is your name)" 

"Mrs. J. W. Coleman." 

"When did you lost see Mary 
Phagan alivet" 

"April 26 at 11:45." 

"What was sho going to do 
when ahe lfet homo!" 



■ aha pretty or an ugly slrl? 
i point Mr.. Coleman'a voice 



> pretty - 



drew, trltmneu In I 



n M.ry Ph.san'a body. It 
I no rnorq qjieatlona were 
1 lobs. Mrs. L'olemnn. loan- 
re Inld. at her feet. Deputy 



i hla , 






Q. Who hept 



Solicitor"! 


• rsey o 


bjected, desiring 


to snow whe 


the boy una. and whal 


about him. 


aaary 


or m. to kno. 


h« relation 




Illlle Mar)* Pha- 


I'" * ni1 ' hU 


boy.'' ar 


awered Mr. Roa- 


dec-lured Dor 




e ou.ht to know 


f ho Intends 


to endeavor to Impeach 


"We are .Imply tr 


in, to end how 


Mary Phaa» 


n ra,ar 


detl thla bpy." 


aumed. 








ObJ.c 


a Again. 


O. Unvt It 


rue th 










didn't Ilka hi 






Dorasy obj 




aln and Attorney 


CJ. Didn't 


"ou ",' 


cuutlon. 

L. P. -eV^ltneld 



TRANK JURY. 

e'U the Prank jury c 



F.V..L. Smith, 481 Cherokee 

avenue, manufacturers' agent. 

J. P. Higdon, 108 Ormewood 

F. E. Wiuburn, 213 Lucile 
avenue, claim agent. 

A. h. Wiabey,. 31 Hood 
street, cashier of the Buckeye 
Oil Company. 

W. M. Jeffries, a real estate 
man, with ofnees at 318 Empire 
building. 

Mareellns Johemming, 161 
James street, a oiaehine shop 
foreman with offices at 281 
Marietta street, 

M. L. Woodward, eaahier 
King Hardware Company, 182 
Park avenue. 

J. T. Oat-urn; an optician 
for A. K, Hawkea, was chose q 
from the (Ifih panel to bo the' 
ninth juror. 

1^. Townsend, 84 Whitehall 
Terrace, cashier Central Bank 
and Trust Corporation, tenth 
juror. , 

W. S. Medcalf, 136 Kirk- 
wood avenue, ciroulation man. 

C. J. Bosshardt, pressman, 
employed bv Foots & Daviea, 
216 Bryan street. • :' \ 



that Mary - told * you. -sho "detested 

Qhjecllot, pgnin by-jha Btate, tlalm- 
Ing that the qutjstloRvwatii Immaterial 
and was mere heVrsajr/^sj ; 

tho lmproba.bjllty of"' ; a(,«W' Khagah 
making an >ngagem.ent to 'meet this 
Eppa:". "' : • ■ f. )! ' , 



Objc< 






Msde> Remark. 
Mrs. CoIemar.'fttiftIly Replied that 
the thought Mai)' had made that re- 
nark.' 

Mrs. Col«mah waa esouaed with th« 
nllmatlon that sho might again ha 
called to testify. 

ing Mrs Coleman. George. 
Eppa waa iftlled to the witness aland. 
Solicitor Horsey opened the question- 



-\i .'■ 



FRANK ASSISTS HIS ATT0RNEYS1n~^WINA1TNG""VENIREMEN' 
Wife Sits With Dagger-Like Gaze on the Prosecutor of Her Husband 




fc.: W J^i^^^U^:,, -. -: :: 



".".-.'' • , 



TELE ATLANTA CfKOBHIATf AND NEWS- 



THMn1~AT: THE^COURlPoDSE^DaORS AS THTTRIAL^OPENED 




FRANK, REELING TIPTOP, 



Venire Whipped Into Shape 
Rapidly; Negro Is Eligible 



Frank was Escorted from the Tower 
to the courthouse shortly after 6 
O'clock' in the- morning, nearly three 
hours before the trial was scheduled 
to begin; This was done to avoid the 
curious crowd which It waa expected 
would be about the courthouse and 

Frank was up and dressed and 
freshly ehaven when Deputy Sheriff 
Plennle Miner appeared -before his 
cell at the early hour, " . 

; f'How are you feeling this morning, 
Mr. Frank?". the deputy Inquired. 

"Tip top, only I'm mighty hungry," 
replied Frank. 

Exhibiting the same poised conn- 






tha 



ugh 



him 



since, he - 



indent chatted 



mohair i 



Sure He Will Bo Freed, 
n a natty light 

tie. His faco was fuller and he 

■ peared (-lightly heavier than when he 

■ was arrested shortly after the murdei 
" of the Phagan girl. He soemed cheer- 
( ful and in the best of health. 

'I am very sure of acquittal," hi 
said, as he arrived at the courthouse 
"I am glad that the trial is about t« 
begin after this long wait. I have n< 
fear of the outcome. I am not on!; 



f the I 



-ribre 



imptlng breakfast which ^ 
i prist 






house. Frank 
his appetite ha 



. the t 



suffered from his 
he proceeded to 
e delicacies pre- 
pared for him. 

greeted his relative cheerful- 
ly and conversed with him for more 
than an hour. The topic seldom was 
on the. crime or the trial which wu 
about to begin. Long before the 
time set for,- the judge to take the 
bench other friends, and relatives of 
the prisoner had appeared and some 
of them were permitted to talk to 
him, 

Copley Ready For the Stand. 
Jim Cb'nley, Prank's accuser, ; wa* 
made ready for the trial early In the 
morning, although It was not. i 



Within a minute or two after Dep- 

y Sheriff Plennle Minor bad called 
ie court: to order the examination 
■ocesa waa applied to the venire 
panel of 144 men. From each panel 
of twelve one or more men were ex- 
cused after being asked - the ■ formal 
questions' and furnished a sufficient 

J. H. Jones, Deputy Clerk, called the 

Linden .street, waa excused on ac- 

. of illness. R. F. Shedden-was 
refused on an excuse of military ex- 

on. Only one man was ercused 

the flrst twelve men. 

B.' Calloway, of No. 891 Pied- 



He. waa given f 
suit of clothes, a 
the last three moi 
by garments that 



ins the same shab- 
he - had on' a 
led while washing 









he has.slnca repeated' many times fo 
the benefit of Solicitor Dorsey, 

"If they had just let me face Mi 
Frank, I could have made him te 






Climate Failed; 
Medicine Effective 



1 * • ' 






Ion: 



half i 



hundred pe 
[ting about the courthoi 
k, an hour before the 
se.t for the beginning of the trial. II 
thought that not a large crowd 
would be clamoring foradmlssl 



the c 



I had l 






first 



tho 



, 20 > 
Woodson 



TV- 



No.' 180 Grant sti 
account of his a 
Henderson, No. 

oxcused as opposed to . capital 
punishment, J. A. McCreary. No. 78 
East- North street, was excused be- 

i of his residence in DeKalb 
County. J. F. Patterson, of College 
Park, was excused on -account of 

the second panel, 

Negro Declared Eligible. 
H, Scott, No. 215 Gordon e 
nftused on account of HI h 
ad a' doctor's certificate. 1 

Abbott, Record Clerk of the 






waa refused € 



be di 

George Mathieso 
of bounty Police, 



W. M. 



I third panel, 
came with ti 



'that he will 

Assistant Chief 

'as excused on 

John W. Alex> 

of No. 439 South 

excused because of 

of Buck- 



Massa, 



illness. 

death of his mother.' IS. j 
of No. 305 East F^lr street, waa over 
age, J. H. Gilbert, of South Bend, 
was Jet out because;, of Illness. The 
jury panels were thus being' revised 
and made into a compact venire by 
this procesB of elimination.' v 
Joel Hurt Out of Town, 
. The following men were excused In 
the selection of the fifth panel: 



girts In 

illFlpP' 



George R. Walt, 1 
on account of Dine 
221 Cooper street, 



Hill ( 



election of the sixth panel: 
tss, No, 112 Jefferson street, 
t'of deafness; Joel Hurt was 



disinterested 



during the average criminal trial. 
How They Will. Line Up. 
Prosecuting Attorney Dorsey 



table directly In front of th< 
and witness stand with the J 
close on the Wgbthand aide. 

the accused will be seated at 
to the left of the State's and 
away from the jury. The u 



at It would I 

actlcallv all spectators. 

Much Preparation Mads. 

For no trial in the history of Geor- 
gia have such elaborate arrangements 
made for the : comfort of the 
comparatively small number of spec- 
tators who will gain admission, the 
attorneys who wll) handle the "case, 
the jury and the newspaper men. 
Deputy. Sheriff Plennle Miner has re- 
ceived much praise for the splendid 



r purified. It probably i 



: 319 spectators > 



(sited him 



antly ; 



t Miner, 



Deputy Sheriff 
ill have charge 
:cping order in ■ 
charge of the prisoners. Long before 
4 congregated around 



urtho- 



ahd 



brought from the Tower and placed 
he room reserved for them, 
i court opened, Frank took his 



but H may not be until twelve t 
hay* qualified u jurors, which - 
hardly h# before the' middle of 



■ will be kept In the large < 



State o 

which 
lulldlm 

The jury ro'o 
Teat deal of i 
eceeBtble from 



as selected with a 
It is almost tn- 
outslde and large 



From the time a Juror Is acccptab 
both sides until the conclusion i 



i least of the deputtei 
' i handji' 



t be |n handling 

handling the crowd that will dully 
igregate on the outside and wait 

■ougti the day for news of the pro- 



U, -S. Health Chief \ 
(Jives New list of 
'Dog Pays' Don'ts 

Washington! July tt.~ sm 

General Blue, of the public h 
service, to-day gave -oHio hot we 

Eat plenty of fruits |all the 
vegetables that agree with yoi 
little meat ss possible, and at 









LOST 3 WEEKS 



Lynette Awtrey Wires Piteous 

Plea From Utah to Father In 

Acwortf), Ga. 

Continued From Pag* 1, 



Marietta society, and Is 
one of the most beautiful 
former town. 



i that Is known of 



Cobb County girlf 



Her first lettem from abroad wei 
tlmlstlo In, tono.' She dc,clarc< 

ly there was, a change. 'In he 
i tho girl y reflected the hom> 
a that, she deolared, was m 

Europo dLstasteful to 'her. She 



jmmer, and Mlsi 
led to take both 
reached London 



Ho wired her the (300, That t 
/veiling Mr, Awtrey received a 
gram asking him to meet her In 
Innta' a few day* Inter. 
' Poupd Trunk— Not Daughter 

pear. Thinking perhaps iho. 
missed tier train and would com 
n biter one, ho stayed In Atlnntt 
■lay find met .every train from 
York. Mis Awtroy still did tint . 

that her baggage had b,ien rh,- 
through from New York lo Att 



G-iant Negro Hunted 
For White Slavery 

WINCHESTER, VA„ July 28.— De- 
spite tho fact that Beveral hundred 
regulars of the various cavalry regi- 

neuver grounds have searched* for 






raided on Thurs 
day night by tho Sheriff, so far ha 
eluded capture. . 



s morning,. when i'rank- 
I Biirronnileiilom fillll ,n 



Clatchy < 



Ac worth 



cncrat'hc 



Atlanta and c 



me. Ho watted several days, and 
en his daughter still failed to sp- 
ur? ha uelunl tho aid and advice of 
brother, John Atwrey. of Marlet- 
and hta brother-in-law. D. F. Mc- 

>y 

crvlPttS of tho B 

Marietta and 
If any clews 
>. His lines t 
i agency then 
obtained a ph"togr-ph from a pho- 

plrt. and It was scattered 
ret the country. 

to keep the, fact of her 

timale friends have been 



do not know what 
to run Vway." said 
m, a distant relntlvo 



■■ Is that 8 



ted hqmo 



New York and didn't 

) girl's father could not be seen 

a Georgian reporter visited 

rtti Sunday night. One of har 

frs .li-.l.irrd that the members 

i theories of 



of a love aff. 



i," he said. "She has been lo- 

)«'»plio the assertions of the mom- 
s of thn Birrs futility that her dls- 

.•'i.lfnlr, several of MI*S 



1'iiliiilnatlon of 
. . f Ml 
cubing the 



\o young Atlr 
net with the 

unforbidden 



■ P-R-I-N-T-O-R-I-A-L-S ■ 

No. 194 

Plan Your Prmtintf for Fall Bu.W.s NOW! 



BYRD 



Princeton Seniors 
Rivals for Hand of 
Esther Cleveland 

BALTIMORE, July 18.— Pilled with 
a youthful ardor to win the hand of 
Miss Esther Cleveland, second daugh- 
ter of Mrs. Thomas J. PreBton, Jr., 
and the late President drover Cleve- 
land, Herman Stump and H. Gordon 
Ewlng, both of- Baltimore, are rivals 
In a "race for love" whleh is Interest- 
ing not only tbe friends of the girl 
considerable portion of 



How 
class' 



t society. 



lyl both are members of the 



> old 



Princeton University, which 

has spent most of her life. The class, 
mates have been friends for years, 

Williams, will bring suit against (he 
county for ll.sM. whtcn Ihe Vlsynr al? 
legea the county Is due the (own on 
read and bridge tax. 



Fasting and Feast 
Cause Man's Death 



July 26 —After fasting 
twelve doy» to reduce his weight and 
then eating with intemperance, U M,. 
Mills, manager of the postal Tele* 
graph Company's An&lston offloe, died 
to>day of typhoid fever.^ 

Business men are making sn effort 
to have Mrs. Mills, his widow, ap- 
pointed manager to succeed him. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 
$20.66 Bound Trip $20.88 
Tickets on sale August 1, 
2 and 3, Return limit Au- 
gust 15. Through electrip 
lighted steel sleeping oars. 
Dining oars on most con- 
venient schedules. . 
SOUTHERN RAH.WA7- 



8EMI.ANNUAL 8TATBMSNT 



of she condition.o'.JheT 



Pan-American Life Insurance Company 



Organised under the laws of th 
Of the Slate of Georgia, In pursu 

Principal ofllce, JS01-ISU Whltn. 



OF NEW ORLEANS, 

of Loulsti 

the laws of said State. 
Orleans, 



made to the Governor 



i. cApif At raftfrffc 

of rnijltnl stock and surplus »l,7fiO.O0O.O& 



■ ■■ ■■■:. I ■ 



. Amount In notes of 
, itarhct 









lera 8 . ., '.*. 
II. A8SETS. 

bonds and mortgage (first liens) 

iifert by pledge of bands, stocks c 



kotsble collateral 

ions made In cash to pollcynolde 

policies assigned as collateral .. 

6. Honda and stocks owned absolutely 

rtod out) 

7. Cash In 

8. Cash -mi, 

10. Interest due 

11. Bills receive ._ ., 

12. Agent's balance .. 
1!. Items due or accn: . 
14. Net amount pf uncollected and deferred premiums (d 



Cash -ffepostted In bank to credit 
Interest due or accrued and nno 
1. Bills receivable 
Agent's balance 

Hems due or accrued and unpaid 
"*t emount pf uncollected and i 

ductlon 30 per cent for average loaning from 

both real and personal, not Included here- 



inbefore , 
Total nasi 




DURING THE FIRST 61X MONTHS < 

if notes received for premiums 

>f Income from all other sources 



DISBURSEMENTS "DURING* THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF THE 
VEAR 1913. 
. Losses pild '. 15,000.00 



Totaj amour 

6. Surrender poll* 
8. All other amoo 
T. Expenses paid. Including commissi 



ually paid fur losses and maturt-d en- 

ald toool'lcyhofdefs' or' others .'.' .*.' '.'. 
to agents. And of- 



B.00O.O3 
6,(01,18 
9, 3 6 3. 1 3 

UM48-I9 

6,75*. 19 

M4I.O 



^—Pariah e 



smount carried Is JtO.COi. 



I ihct tho foregoing e 



EDWARD K1GHTOH, Rotary 



|^>U9i 



■JllJi ATI/AJNTA UiiUKliiAJN AJSL) SKWS. 



II 

BEFE 
1 



ITS WITNESSES 



JUDGE PRESIDING IN 
TRIAL OF LEO FRANK 






Judge L..S. 
Roan, * 
of Stone Mountain 

Circuit. 




iflLEOFSOUIffiriNTEREST 
SETS RECORD 




Story of Pretty Little Girl's Death 

Gripped Public, Eager to 

Discover Her Slayer. 



Wine judges of news, men win 

or (heir knowledge of the fickleness 
f the public, men who con tin 

lea in one thing P before the publl> 

ears contended that no single Item 

And yet for three months the pub 
!c hoe read of Mary Phagan's deatl 
nd the quest for her flayer and their 

That the vaunted -Insight of 

ilrror reflection of a beauty of the 
(age Is the thought thut common 
Dgic first presents 

Insight of Experts Borne Out. 

fen fit fault. On the contrary, It has 

elllng the death of Mary Phugan and 
ho trial of Leo Frank an her slayer, a 

arest, thrill, horrify, shuck and make 



.'described It i 



ty well as f. 
' the tender- 



honor- that should nullify the law 
made by man that decreed that th? 

reparation for personal Injury! 
mystery so deep, . so ini penetrable, 
who believe that Mary Phagah'e 



Vlotlm Only a Child. 

f Henry Clay Beattie, the Vlr 

■■ at, who met death In th. 

■- for slaying his wlf 

"or Beulah_B_In 



g I n I a arhtfOc rat, 
electric chair- f 
after tils Infatuation 
fdrd. ..;... I , 
/But again, we have 
Pliagan case which u 
the Beaftle tragedy 
Atlanta mystery- as l. 
as the Virginia problem was sordid. 

of the principals. 



i grlpplngty pitiful 



' love a lover, ] 






aim; 



ho public prints ' 



the little . factory girl flrat appei 

touched than there \ 
~ n alt the sinister j 
Virginia trial- 
appeal to the public Inte 



Shrills 



i child Interei 
e appeal to tl 
than struggles 



.of I 



The 



United States waited breathlessly f 
news of the capture of th e V 
Billy Whltla. the 



of the kidnapers 

■ bsssv wmt" "■ ' 

and Billy Whltla" fetufned 
sound and maybe a I 
from b's thrllllng.Texp 

Billy 



maybe a little happlc 

rilling. ^experience to' th 

hlB parents, the public forge 

short years,' there are few wh 

Whltla lived. Mary Phagirn died. ' 
Lamana Case Waa Absorbing. 
In 1807 the hearts of every mothe 
and father In the Southland bled fc 
the wealthy father and mother of th 
little Iiamana boy, who was take 
from their New Orleans home b 



versally absorbing. 1 
were foreigners, the k 

And so on and on. B 
of thrilling Interest to j 



SILENCE 



* .The only way to 
break a silence is to 
make a noise. Silence 
is tlie barrier between 
wanting and getting. 
Make your noise with 
Georgian Want Ads, 
and your want will be 
heard by thousands. 



Read for Profit 

(rcorfllaa Want Ads 
Use for Remits 



Brilliant Array of Lawyers and the 

Dramatic Features of the Case, 

Make Spectacular Clash. ' 



"shJT 

g attor- 



•iih) 1 



Hon i 



iakin 



a half-hearted fight 



there Is anything at stake. Thla 
time It Is a man's life that la de- 
pending upon their legal ability, their 

Both have a disconcerting habit o 

o llciU to thoir opponent!* 
rlance, they do not give 






spectator! 






antly > 



win si" 



i bold plan, but b 



egro's guilt, It wouh 

he Are of question 
by Rosner and Ar 



f the trial. His < 
y «and .Attorney 



Raked Up His Pas* Life. 



■cely t 



•clfes c 



probably, will be oi 
be able, to stand the ordeal is prob 

that* could have any possible bearing 
on the case will be overlooked. The 
Information relating to Conley's 
regard to every one of these clrcum- 



(ragedy ; 



i the'e 



the 






nation of. significant Incidents in his 
past life. Then his story of his ■ 
in the crime will be attacked, 
discrepancies will be brought Ou 

The falsehoods that he told for < 
after he was arrested will be re: 
reeled. All of his nlndavits wil 

in an errort to break down and utt 
to discredit the story to which 

i! their attempt will "b 



Min 



1 .Conley boasting of killing 



Att 



target for 
i H 
They will seek to show " 



Hooper's 

■ Conley the afi 
t he had the conversation ' 
Cli'msx When Frank la 



.- hi i. 



precipitated 
entity. 

SolicU 



< belli that is ex 
Irlted skirmish 

defeni"* Insists 



i flimsy trick t 



STREET EAR HITS 'J 




R. R, Grosham, Father of Ten, 

Dies Three rlours After Crash, 

Thrown Forty Feet 



; Qreshnm. a da 



iliam's fknll was fractured, his 
gashed and his ankle broken, 
accident occurred - when the 

nan Iving his wagon Into Al- 

i In front of en approaching car. 
■agon was smashed Into splint- 
' the speeding car and Its driver 



he debris of the vehicle. 

!Vfi l! ;.- 

t if li'.hll ■ .... 

:y. lie died three hours later, 

ire^hiim was 52 yearn old, mar- 
id the father of Sc-r; children. 



Strike Situation in \- 
Transvaal Ominous 



JOHANNESBURG, July 


28.— 


The 


railroad men nnd 
country-wide strlk 


, has be 


hJlaT 


n^ 


!used to accept a 


sting th 


ST. 


1 


HEAT FATAL IN Ef 












dolphia is experle 


U'lllg o- 


e of 


the 


?eport?d at Kr e °no 


he- hr-at 


had been 



BALTIMORE, MD. 
$20.85 Bound Trip $20.85 
Tickets on sale August 1, 
2 and 3, Return limit Au- 
gust 15. Through electric , 
lighted steel sleeping cars. 
Dining cars on most con- 
venient schedules. 
SOUTHERN EAILWAY. 




At Dmcount Prices! 



Domestic | 


and 


25 0/o Discount 


Canai 
CR/ 
SUI 


lian 
kSH 
TS 





COOL CLOTHES are going to be in demand for 
the next two months. August always is a month of 
solid summer weather, succeeded by Septe 
not much the less so, ' 
to weather-wise buyc 
point of greatest 
while our 



vfully good "hunch" 

" e this store the 

buying liberally 



Tropical j 


Worsted 25° /o Discount 


Suits 

MOHAIR 
SUITS 





50 Styles | 


of 25° /o Discount 


STRAW 
HATS 

Including Pana- 
mas and Bang- 
koks 


W'$ 



REBUILDING 

DISCOUNT 

SALE 



. is whacking prices.'right and left. E\ 
wearable need has-had the price ticket." trimmed, " 
and bargains, bargains of" the ' real substantial 
sort, abound in every department. 

In the Men's Wear Department (Main Floor), 
the season's- best SUITS are selling for 25 per 
cent less; 

In the Men's. FURNISHING GOODS De- 
partment .(Main Floor Left), 50 different makes 
and stylos of COOL UNDERWEAR are selling at 
greatly reduced prices. Neckwear, SHIRTS, Ho- 
siery, too, are all repriced at lessened figures. 

In the Men's HAT Department (Main Floor 
Right), 50 styles of the season's best makes of 
STRAW, PANAMA and BANGKOK Hats are sell- 
ing for 25 per cent less. 

'"": Jn the SHOE Department (Main Floor Rear), 
Fine Footwear is now selling at greatly reduced 
prices. The sale includes Men's, Boys' Children's 
and Misses'' SHOES, and in the Children's line in- 
cludes Little Juniors and Plamates.- 

In the. Juvenile Section (ENTIRE SECOND 
FLOOR), WASH SUITS at greatly reduced prices 
are a stellar feature of the sale of "children's 
clothes. More than 200 different styles to -choose 
irom. STRAW and WASH HATS, too, under- 
wear, -blouses, shirts, hosiery, neckwear, etc. 

: Make this store the rendezvous of economic 
research for summer supplies in apparel needs. 



Eiseman Bros., 



Inc. 



Store Closes Wednesdays at 1 o'clock till Sept. 1st. 
— — — - — - — : — - 11-13-15-17 Whitehall ' . '"'". : . " .Y 



Ttlft ATLiAlNTA UlWltlj-lA.-v A.MJ KlVtVK' 



TRIAL (IF FNK 



Negro Lee on Stand » as First 
Day's Sessions End — His Tes- 
timony Hits Prisoner, 



nue, circulation department of The 
o.'shanli, the twelfth Juror chosen, 



. morning. He was picked i 
Attorney Rosier took \ 



fuken Into a room ailjolr-:-;-. . -: 



his room until the coo 
i Mother With Frank. 



.k. his wife 



>rouglit In. The prisoner 



rapid fashion. 

Occasionally M; 
to her. huaband i 



Intently ln r 
i. beginning 
shlftlnft hit 



vlnencc, happenei 
- right.. She tur 

llni, but thought hotter 



affectionately ui> 






SlDtUGfiTS 



POLITICS 

JAMES rkrJEVTN 




.eglftlature can, If II will, place both 

uys ahead of adjournment, ne he has 

If t'hls'fe done— and It likely wilt 
e done 1 — the present Legislature will 

ever before equaled in the history of 

Deuplte' all the complaining and 

Itally big and necessary measure* of 

Ions bill and the general tnx act. 
Credit must be awarded Ihe com; 

Speaker for this remarkable acntove- 

given his assurance that the prompt- 
House shall be duplicated 

ofeelher, the record of the 
Legislature as made up for this ses- 
i all right and a credit. 
i, indeed, far better than usual. 

Shuptrlni', of Chatham Is very 
;1on ol 

.' Shuptrlne does not believe th.f 
lltutlon of the State content - 
s anything, of the kind. an-J. 
over, he thinks It would be b'Jl 
rat step In the direction of grea'. 
pawling the school fund, already 
er than the necessities of the 

we permit this Innovation, not 
inlcd In the fundamental law at 
ve shall have application mad* 
n the life of the present Legla- 
?, perhaps, for more funds 'o 

Mr. Shuptrtn.' to-day. 



FE 



M. Bexton. No. 18 Oasklll street. 
Monday morning remarked to He- 
rder Brbyles that he had "cautioned 
Is guy about talking to his wife/' in 
plaining why he attacked W,^ I,, 
jtterson, of No. 67 Powell street, 

SI. Luke's Methodist Church 'n 



Powell i 



1 the 



t tha 



"Insanely Jealous." 

re, attacked Patterson t 



him In a dark 

icks. Sexton denlc 

another vlgprously 
hy Detec ' 
Hoggus, » 



hy Detective Coker 
church 



i told Judge Broylei 









SEASHORE 

EXCURSION 
AUGUST 7. 
Jacksonville, Brunswick, 
St. Simon, Cumberland, At 
Untie Beach $6.00— Limit- 
ed 6 days. Tampa, Fl.v, $8 
- -Limited 8 days. 
TWO SPEOIAL TRAINS 
10 p. m. solid Pullman train 
10:15 p. m. Coach train. 
M.iko Reservations Now. 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



Are You 
Looking for 
a Boarder? 



•ni'islv with her schools— she I* 
n— and I am not complaining so 

her liirclens t« her hudget— and 



"The bill could <rot by, passed at this 

•unties proposed for the new cir- 
itt are opposed to any change of the 
esent arrangement. ■ Other*, while 

at was mutually satisfactory." 

Mr. Searcey-s bill to make the 
iyer and the seller equally guilty In 
llnd tiger- ctwes, was killed In the 
mats, upon the theory that it af- 
rds the "blind tiger" .exactly the 



ireads above all' other things," Raid 
i .Senator, discussing the bill. "Is 

nay be one. who w.lll.tell. . 
■This bill removes that dread, for 
nybody who reported a'tlger" under 

al himself. " Besides'. 'because of th« 

rtinlnallng himself In testifying, this 



Imrriedli 

4 !t « 
harder under this law 
>hlbltli 
limits 

but surely 

theory, if you view 



blind tigers', and 
'Prohibitionists who seek 

lot fof ' their'' common 
blir Is sound enough In 

nglc, but "it falls tu pieces 



object 






had 



the 



Tries to Assassinate 
Portuguese Premier 

LISBON, July 38.— A delayed rs- 
□ rl filtered out or here to-day ahow- 
ig that an attempt 



Revolutionary activities 



Balkan Allies Meet 
To Sign Peace Pact 



ATHENS, July aS.—The terras o 
ie armistice arid peacs between the 
ther Balkan . state.* and Bulgarli 

To-day the delegate* left Nlah for 
ae Roumanian capltol to begin fheli 



BILL REVIVED 

fSJATE 

Resolution Providing for Its Re- 
consideration Adopted — White- 
washing of Soule Opposed. 



Clarence H, Mackay 
Sued for $2,000,000 



Nl 


W YOHK, July !8.— 1 










nlllionaire't s 


n. borro 


ir i 


i Wall Street 




bach 


after. he had 


Inhertte 



ngalnst I 



1 HI it on offered ' 



ost Important new bill I 

itor McGregor, llmUlng 
t the Governor In calllm 



■ Tarver's bill r 
B V ue»r«* wltha v 



One-third of the seals In the Audi 
lorium were filled Sunday aftembor 
for the 'farewell concert given by Dr 



lnwnlch Mosart'a "Mag 

. -'.'dominated, 'and whlcl 

contained tw'o compositions by the'ar- 

aa well received 

Yr'agnefa "Tannh«u 



ganlet himself, wa 



i got < 






ewaU. ' He 



Ith bin 

Iformlv attentive and i 

'dy," f 



composltloi 
ody," the air being 



L STATEMENT . 



monjha ending Jiitii 



1 WORCKSTER, 



•■Oj tQj i fti ivj iC" <i i«>i tQi tC'j i?: o tg^t'e;' 

la© 



,;,:,.;, 



' .v:iv- 

'! '/■!■;■ 
•:■•!■:■■ 

, V-'V 

* •>!• 
M 



urptus beyond 


ell Hab 


rotsl liabilities 




V. INCOME O 


URINQ 


SweWeV'/or" 


•S3 1 ! 1 


tuMlnSSmh 


\£t?t 




m paid 



Kat»* M Ai.r.t *V AtUnts,-*. J. 'wiNTlHa. 



Kings to Send Costly 
Gilts to Miss Wilson 



(. Sayre, kings and prln' 

louse with costly gifts. 

r daughter Is the-.only c 
ihlch foreign goyernmen 



Panama Has 'Noah;' 
Believers Build Ark 



Gabrielle Ray Wins 
Suit Against Loder 






f her c 



who Is th. 



rights. 1m< 
f .the late 

previous day, but Mlep Ray kept Lo 






Berlin Bars Organ 
Grinders; Must Toil 



trong enough t 



.$. 



American Envoy at Juarez Charged 

With Neglecting to Protect 

His Countrymen. 



Department to-day hy Rcpi 
>rd s * has been m-gllRi 



"I informed the- Secretary o> 
said Representative Smith, ' 
long us we do not recognize Ui 



ought to give the privilege' to nelthci 
Smith says Rrynn did not Indicate 



Marriage Ties Odd ' 
Relationship Knot 


COLUMBUS.— I'lienli City. Ala.'," post - 
offke has ben des^gnalfd by^^bo Oor- 
I^l'tln aster ^V. ^ lo ^J ^ | |**^ e , ^ t }- 






Jones, whose father married a sec- 
ond lime, wedded Lee McCllmftls. a 
brother of the girl's stepmother. This 


IS EPILEPSY CONQUERED? 

New York Physicians Have Many 
Cures to Their Credit. 


McCllmals' father, who was father- 


(or epilepsy being administered by the 

„.,-,, . ■ ■,, . -■■■■-....- 


lnr*aii?eVln*irw lfl tf"tt« h b M^Th* 


greatly t.enefitert and many patients 


Imlf-ilster 'of the hrlde t \c€Bme°her 


Persons suffering from epilepsy should 


mother became her slstei-ln-law. 


tng distributed gratuitously. {Adv't.j 



Tm«r 



U. S. to Hunt Down 
Dixon's Assailant. 



inly Indication i 



gltne first began to topple dc 
the attempted murder of Cha 
Dixon, the American Immlgrat' 
flclfil, at Juarez on Saturday. 
•Bryan Studies Report. 
'Secretary Bryan, the first ce 

ed with the President for mor 

tails of the Wilson r>p< 



iscusslng t 



iVrfn ( 




The Hills 

Are Always Healthy 



The mountain people are proverbially strong and sturdy. The 
dry, high altitudes are a-tingle with vital forces. If you're spent 
and worn; if your mind is sluggish; if your ideas come slow; if 
you're jaded, tired and draggy— it's time to cut the traces of your 
tasks and strike out for Colorado. 

' Don't charge the trip to your expense account — enter It as an 
investment. You'll do so much more for the rest of the year — 
you'll work so much better — so much faster, you'll think so much 
more clearly, you'll be so much more efficient and alert that you'll 
profit both physically and financially. The 

Rock Island Lines 

through sleeping car to Colorado 

offers the bett service to the Rockies. Electric lighted, fan cooled 
sleeper through to Colordo Springs, Denver and Pueblo, via 
Memphis arid Kansas City, Dining car service all the way. 

The CeUrado Flyer from St. Louis and the Rocky Mountain' 
United from Chicago, one night on the road trains — offer splendid 
service for those desiring to go by St. Louis or Chicago. 
If you can afford to go anywhere,you can afford a Colorado vacation 

Board and room $7 per week up. ' 

Hundred* of good hotel* snd boarding house* offer good t 



Low Fa 



Daily, June t to September 30 



H. H. HUNT, Dl.l 



Wi'H 3 Last Days of Pre -Inventory Sales. UVUVIV 

M. Rich & Bros. Co. 



Important Notice 

All charge purchases for the rest of July will ap- 
pear upon August statement, mailed September 1. 



| $2 Crepe de Chines 98c j 



;S Fashionable all-silk 
jj desired brocade weaves. 
«E ever, breaks the price- 



I All-Silk OO _ 
•? Foulards OOQ 



A clean, clever silk 



| 85c All-Silk Foulards 49c 

3j From the most famous iimltcr in America. The silks 

J» are proofod against spotting. Every thread pure silk — soft 
;* and Mijiplr. Standard shades on navy, brown, tan, wistaria, 
2g aiiK'tltysl and taupe, in the dots and floral patterns. Also 
§ at 4!>c arc odds and ends of silk taffetas, chiffons and uov. 
3» eltv Rilks, in lengths from 3 to 15 vards. Former prices 
g> $1 to $2. 
S (811k Annex— Main Floor, Left)! 



ernpe do chines in the « 
Broken color line, how- ; 
-we can't invoice four;,; 

left, one piece tiaeli of tan, j 
44 inchcB wide. A most re- ' 

$1.50 Silk & 
Wool Poplin $1.19 | 

A glorious fabric of silk and ; 
wool. Drapes Boft and grace- ■ 
fully; wears Bplendldly. Very 



25c Stamped Scarfs & Centers 



Imagine a heavy denim scarf — 18 inches 
wide mill 51 Inches long- -prettily tinted anil 
MnmiHMt for outlining unil Itenvy embroidery, 
rim rilling for a scorn of purposes ti round 



15c 



Inches;, mnl . 



(Main Floor, Center). 



! 75c Crepe Wight Gowns 49c j 

' Hail these gowm in window Saturday. They sold like ! 

• hot cakes. The value is so appnrent. Fact is, we never be- I 

• fore heard of a crepe gown for 4He. • I 
STho crepe is soft ami crinkly. Hcquirra no ironing.: (>an I 
J white ground, with m-ut blue or lavender Ktrlpe. Sweetly Vhnple J 
[ wllp over style. I,ow neck ; wing tdceves. Iloth lace trlainnMl. , J 

1 98c Cambric Petticoats 49c i 

| Earlier in the season we had tins identical petticoat at • 

• 08c. Now the maker disposes of his surplus; we buy 'a J 
; quantitv and get the petticoat to sell at 49c. ■ 
■ Made (if firm white cambric, smooth and uniform. WelU* 

made with felled semnN. Smooth, close titling lines. .In the new ■ 



:yles. Hullo 



ulloped embrol 



mid simple; 
Second Floor). 



A Vastly Different Kind 
of Furniture Sale 

— Stores that hold Furniture Sales every thirty ( 
sixty days must do one o( two things: 

1st— Stock inferior furniture for sale purposes, o 
2nd— Purposely mark up first prices in order t 
mark them down later for a sale. 
— Rich'B holds onlv two furniture sales a year — i 
February and in August. The furniture offered 
from regular stock; the prices are reduced from ot 
regular prices— already as low and as fair as you wi 
find anywhere. 

—Now you know why Rich's August Furniture Sal 
is worth waiting for. Sale starts Friday. 



$1.00 Waists at 59c 



3j — A grouping of broken lii 
5 — $i (.UK nmtl shtrtfl with nil* 

3 —About 105 wnlHlsiu all. Choice C 



; long or short sleeve?. ] 



75c & $1.00 Skirts at 59c 



its. in white lloene and reppe. Button on ride J 
<Rcady-to-WMf,' Second Floor). 1 



$15 to $22.50 Embroidered Robes 

Ve have fourteen charming 



| hroidored robes. 
I —Two are blue 
j the other twelve 



$5.95 



, Applique, shadow. 



Iflrlent tlonnclnRs And txuidn to make the robe ] 

nii'l frt-,h. l^irller lo tho.eeaaon their prices ] 

ids pltlnMv low price becftus* of our rre-In- ! 
!ll l:.—u n.iwi iv eleored In mwa And tike ! 
July 31st 

tEmbrolderle*. Main Floor, Rlflht). 



^wwaww m. men & bros. co. fflrVwrnwRfl 



■ 




GULLS BEAT 
SMITH'S MEN 



EXTRA 



The Atlanta Georgian 

Read for Profit— GEORGIAN WANT ADS— Use for Results - 



ATLANTA, GA., MONDAY/JULY 28, 1913. 




Here are the important developments in the trial of Leo 
M. Frank for the murder of Mary Plmgan. 

Jury chosen at 1:30 p. m. 

Mrs. Coleman, girl's mother, takes stand after recess, at 
3:15, and tells of Mary leaving; for the factory 11:45 a. m. on 
„ April 26. 

Qeorge W. Epps, boy companion of Mary Phagan, repeats 
his story that he had an engagement to meet her on the after- 
noon of the fatal day. 

Newt Lee) night watchman at the factory, tells his story 
of the finding of the body and subsequent developments. He 
says Frank acted queerly the day of the crime, and Is cross- 
examined by Luther Rosser. 

Court adjourned at 6:16 after an interesting session. 

Sirs. J. W. Coleman, mother uf murdered Mary Phagao't^ 
the first witness for the prosecution at the trial of Leo Frank i/Ion- 
'day afternoon. After answering several questions she broke down 
'completely when the solicitor exhibited the little lavender skirt 
■worn by her daughter when Bhe last saw her alive. She 1 covered 
her face with a fan and for several minutes could not 
question. 

Trie ii'rst question asked her 
§v ""What iff-your-iiamo?" 
"Mrs. J. W. Coleman." 
"When did you last see Mary 
Phagan alivet" 

"April 26 at 11:45." 
'.'"What was she going to do 
Jwhen she Ifet hornet" 

"She was gains to the pencil factory 
o draw her pay." 

Not Ye* 14Y«ir« Old. 

Q. What did ehe eat before leaving? I 
—A- Cabbage and bread. 

Q. What waa the- age7— A. Nearly 



LON DON, July 28,— Cerr Qomm, 
member of Parliament, to-day 
won hit iult for dl< 
named Elliott Crawehay William*, 
aleo a mambar of ParlUm.nt, a* 

WASHINGTON, 

orenivo Republic* 

the .Senate to-day mat in 

tor LaFoMette't office and 

mined to aupport tho LaFolletto 
amendment to the w» " 



ATLANTA. 2 1 2 3 0- I 

MOBILE , 61040006 1-8 

CRACKERS t hoii GULLS. r ho a 

Loim, II 1 4 • Stock, si..... Hit 

Aeier, lb ...... 00 100 Starr. 2b 114 1 

Wtlclsonce, cl . . 110 0* 0'OtllS* .... % i 3.1 

tmltb,2a. ...... 12 3 10 FaotiMk.... 112 

BUIina, ...... niie Hofeerjtoti, el.. 13 4 

MiRMh, 3b ... 1 2 Schmidt, a . . . . 123 

Chapman, rt . . . 1 1 1 • Clark* 111 110 1 

Dunp;c.r:.... 3 11| MeQill.iI .... I 

Thompson, p.. ; 4* Caver, p]... , 1 S a 

Tolali 5 8 26 9 Brown, 6 ..... a • 

Total* a IS 27 It 



FRANK JUBY.- 

Here is the Frank jury com- 
plete : 
A. H. Henalee, 74 Oak street, 



Q. Waa she pretty or an ugly girl? 

At tbls point Mrs. Coleman's voice 
ssgan faltering. 
Q. Did she hare dimples in her 




F. V. h. Smith, 481 Cherokee 

e, manufacturers' agent. 

J. F. Higdon, 108 Ormewood 

F. B. "Wraburn, 213 Lucile 
claim agent. 

A. L. Wisbey, 31 Hood 
street, cashier of the Buckeye 
Oil Company. 

W. M. Jeffries, a real estate 
, with offices at 318 Empire 
Building. 

Marcellns Johemming, 161 
James street, .a machine shop 
foreman with offices at 281 
Marietta street. 

M. .L. Woodward, .cashier 
King Hardware Company, 182 
Park 

J, T. Osburn, an optician 
for A. K. Hawkcs, was chosen 
from the fifth panel to be the 
ninth juror. 

D._ Townsend, 84 Whitehall 
ashier Central Bank 
and- Trust Corporation, tenth 

W.'- S.. Medcalf, 136 Kirk- 
wood avenue, circulation 

C. J. Bosshardt, pressman, 
employed by Foote & Davies, 
216 Bryan street. 



Improbaljlll 

i Epps." ■ . 



defeated EppB—th^,t 



--rrf15-ATI-/A]STA- CTEOKQ IAN AND NEWS. 



FRANK ASSISTS HIS ATTORNEYS IN. ELIMINATING VENIREMEN . 
Wife Sits With Dagger-Like Gaze on the Prosecutor of Her Husband 




' •■■|THRQNG r AfTHE COURTHO USE DOORS AS THE TRIAL OPENED 




FRANK, FEELING TIPTOP, 
MIL! AND CONFIDENT, 
S UP LONG BEFORE TRIAL 



Venire Whipped Into Shape 
Rapidly; Negro Is Eligible 



Prank was escorted fromthe Tower 
a the courthouse .shortly after 6 
j'clock In the morning, nearly three 



to begin. This wan done to 'avoid the 

'curious crowd which It was expected 

would.be about the courthouse and 

thronging the corridors at 9 o'clock.' 

"'" . Frank was "P and - - dressed and 

freshly ehaven when Deputy Sherift 

Plennle Miner appeared before his 

cell at the early hour. 

"How are you feeling this morning, 

" Mr. Frank?" the deputy Inquired. * 

. "Tip top, only I'm mighty hungry." 

replied Frank. 

Exhibiting the same poised confi- 
dence " that has characterized him 
through thxeB months since he war 
locked in a cell in the county Jail, the 
young factory superintendent chatted 

Sura He Will Be Freed: - 
\' He was attired in a natty light gi 

tie. . His f nee vac fuller and he t 
reared slightly heavier than when 

e Phagan girl. He Beemed che 



tempting breakfast which was spread 
In the prisoners^ n 
house. Frank gave ocular proof that 
his appetite had not suffered from 
long confinement as he proceeded 

with the 
pared for htm. 
Frank greeted his relative cheerful- 
and conversed with blm for 1 
tan an hour. The topic seldom 
1 the crime or the trial which 
bout to begin. Long before the 
me set for the judge to take the 

the prisoner had appeared and sorm 
of them were permitted to talk U 
blm.. 

Conley Ready For the Stand. 
Jim Conley, Frank's accuser, wbj 
made ready for the trial early In thi 
morning, although it was not prob- 
able that he would be called, during 



iity Sheriff 1 



ennle Minor had called 
order the examination 
applied to the venire 
panel of 144 men. From each panel 
of twelve one or more men were ex- 
after being asked the formal 
questions and furnished a sufficient 
>ason to bar them. 
J. H- Jones, Deputy Clerk, called the 
Stone, No. 82 East 



linden street, 
count of Illness, 
refused < 



excused 

i*. Shedden was 
of military ex- 
emption. Only 'one man was excused 
from the first twelve men. 
- H. R Calloway, of No, 691 Pied- 
mont avenue, first of the second 
panel, ypna not served.- F. A. Hull, 
Ho. 180 Grant street, was excused on 

Henderson, No. 35 Woodson street, 
was excused' as opposed to capital 
punishment. J, A. McCreary, No. 
East North street, was excused 
cause of his residence In DeKalb 
County. J. F. Patterqon, of College 



the ( 



ful t 



i the 



locent of the terrible crime, t 
i Innocent of any Knowledge < 
Fe as the Information has con 



months 
. Esaenbach, 



! Frank, appeared ' 



Climate Failed; 
Medicine Effective 



i given a shave and a new 

bree months the same shab- 
: , he had on at the 
sted while washing 



Conley i 






. he • 






notice. ( He de* 

he told Id his last affidavit and which 
has since repeated many times for 
benefit of Solicitor Dorsey. 
If they had' Just let me face Mr. 






he 



tell 



eafness. Five i.were excused 
Negro Declared Eligible. 

He had a doctor's certificate. 



'dYn the third panel. ' 

legro, was hot excused, 
eligible to Jury duty, 
prospect that he will 

George Mathieson, Assistant Chief 
of County Police, was excused on 
account- of his duties. John W. Alex- 
ander, capitalist, of No. 439 South 
Fryor street,' was excused because of 






L0ST3IEKS 



W; M. Donehoo, of : 



death of h 
of No. 805 : 



: of the 



Gilbert, of Bouth Bend, 
because of Illness.- The 
Jury panels were thus being revised 
1 made Into a compact venire by 



were excused In 
e fifth panel: 
139 Hill street, 
F. M. York, No. 



nt of the 



emoved from Fultoi 
following were ex< 
Hon of the sixth pa 
No. 112 Jefferson Bt 



8 o'clock, . an hour before the time 
set for the beginning of the trial. It 
was thought that not a large crowd 
would be clamoring for admission- to 
the courtroom aa it had become quite 
1 generally known 'that the small room 
I would accommodate hardly more than 

that It would be necessary to exclude 

practlcallv all spectators. 

Much Preparation Made, 

no trial In the hlstdry of Georr 

ve such elaborate Arrangements 



nparatlvely small numb 
ors who will gain adm 

attorneys who will handlt 
Jury 

Deputy Sft 

celved mu 

Electric fans' have I 
•e'ry window and on 

ir, ozonators have 
iep the air purified. 



admitted. . Appr< 






disinterested ; attorneys to occupy 
seats' irurtde the bar will not be f ol-' 
lowed, and this particular part of the 

during the "average criminal trial. 

How They Will Line Up. 
' Prosecuting Attorney Dorsey and 
at least five assistants will occupy a 
table directly In front of the bench 
and witness stand with the Jury box 
close on the righthan'd slda Attor- 
ney Rosser with his assl stents and 
the accused will be seated at a table 
to the left of the State's and farther 
away from the Jury.- The tabid for 

aper men Is back of the State's 
table. The arrangements were agreed 
----- ' — *.he attorneys and the Judge, 
lie for the defenBe waa se- 
lected; by Attorney Rosser with a 

ould wish to be near. Frank during 
is trial. Seats have been arranged 
3 the' back of the table to accommo- 
date at least 30 persons, friends and 
of the' accused, who have 
visited him constantly ulncehe 
confined at the Tower. 
Deputy Sheriff Plennle Miner, 
ill have charge of, the crowd 
keeping order In court, will also have 
charge of the prisoners. Long bef< 
any crowd congregated around 
courthouse Frank and Lee w 
brought from the Tower and plat 



t brought from the 



the c 



Jhey 
floor above 
It is probable some rule will 

State and the defense separated 
which event the third floor of 
building would have to be used 

deal of care. ■ it Is almost 

from the outside and large 
nd airy. Its windows are 
twenty- feet above an alleywa; 
Deputies i 
kept In the alley to keep anyon 



ijurc 



i both side 
le case he 

i least of the, depull 
handll 

n lesion 






xcept a fellow J 
f the, depu 
handling thi 
la - 
handling the 

ugh the day for news of t! 
Ingp In the trial. Teh d 
aa many members of the' 

nid the building. 



Lynetto Awtrey Wires Piteous 
Plea From Utah to father in 
; . Acworth,. Ga, 

Continued From Pago 1. 
rth and Marietta society, and 



mystery, owlr 
of her rotatlvi 
According to 



Giant Negro Hunted 
For White Slavery 



! alleged, waa engaged in a white 
e traffic and whose place near the 
ipgrounds was raided on, Thurs- 
day night by the Sheriff, so far has 



fear, he asked the aid and advice c 
Is brother, John Atwrey, of Marlet 
id his brqther-ln-law, D. F. Mc 



i developed thert 



, of I 



York to tour 
Miss OI1v< 

oss the Atlantic ear! 

re a number of N 
friends in the party, 
viewing the trip 
Her first letter* from at 



the girl reflected the homesick- 
that, she declared, was making 
Europe- distasteful 



'.conducts two tot 



lng 









she reached London, 
I tour, however, she 
parents 



York, i 



eked hi: 



second 

.rc-ntfj tfi.'U ah 

hat she was homesick 

Irc-d her the J200, Th; 
ig Mr. Awtrey received 

few days 
id Tr ' 

i at the Ti 

daughter. The train pulled 

ler waited, but the girl ' 

Thinking perhaps 

itlll did 
that her baggage had been checked 



Found Trunk— Not Daughter. 
s Terminal i 









U.S. Health Chief 
Gives New List of 
'Dog Days' Don'ts 



through 
had I 



rey investlgat* 
arrived on the first 



Atlanta 

:ra!n h> 



Eat plenty of fruits 
egetablet . that agree 
tUe meat as possible 



all the fresh 



BEt'rSS 



Princeton Seniors 
Rivals for Hand of 
Esther Cleveland 

BALTIMORE. July IS.— Filled with 
youthful ardor to win the hand of 
Miss Esther Cleveland, second daugh- 
of Mrs. . Thomas J, Preston, Jr., 
the late President Grover Cleve- 
land, Herman Stump and H. Gordon 
Ewing. both of Baltimore, are rivals 
tee for love", which Is Interest- 
. only the friends of the girl 
considerable portion of Bal 
society, 



^jed.Ar^, still <n 



obtained a phologr-ph : 
to'tjiapher In Marietta, ( 
the missing girl, and it t 



o-a* 



>emant Is Rumored. 

■>n, his niece's unexplained 

ow Is that she started li 
York and dldr?t get h 

The"gtrl's father could 
Georgian r 



Georgian report 

Sunday «•«* ■ 

brothers declared 

er family entertain no I 
play or of a love affair 
& are satisfied with ...„ ... 
" ho said. "She has been 



of her 



with 'the situa 



>esplte the 



the girl's family 



f the i 



culmination of 



girl's family, and it Is intimated that 
been forbidden 
theory evolved 
s by Miss- i 
girl really 



a has been forbidden I 

» Awtrey's friends 



■ P-R-I-N-T-O-R-I-A-L-S ■ 

No. 194 

Plan Your Printing for Fall Bu.inert NOW! 

»■--"'-■ " ■■«'» "•- '•^■^ «"*- •.-..-'■•—iint "get In ahead of the rush 



' PEi *TING ready lo 
Ith, when the 

. with plans hurrifyily fr. 



BY10 



obligations Incurred. 
Phopss M. 1500-2608-2614. 



Printing Co, 
46-43-60 W. Alabarr 
Atlanta. . 



Fasting and Feast 
Cause Man's Death 

ANNISTON, July 38.— After fasting 

reive days to reduce his weight and, 

then eating with intemperance, L. M. 



Mrs. Mills, his widow. 



Both wooers are about at- year 

id both are members of -'tits' s. 

clans at Princeton University, which 
the town where Miss Cleveland 

has spent most of her life. The class 



wf which thelSayor a] 



BALTIMORE, MD. 
$20.85 Round Trip $20.85 
Tickets on sale August 1, 
2 and 3. Return limit Au- 
gust 15. Through electric 
lighted steel sleeping cars. 
Dining cars on most con- 
venient schedules. 
SOUTHERN' RAILWAY. 



Pan-American Life Insurance Company 



OP NEW ORLEANS, 



Organ! red under the laws of the State 
of the State or Georgia, li 
Principal office, 1301 



Butldln 



State of qeorgia.li 

capTtAl 

id aureus .... 
pltal stock paid up in cash ., 

\ notes of the stockholders 

II. A88ET3. - 
lue of real estate owned by the cor 
bonds and mortgage (first Hens) 

by pledge of bonds, stocks o 

Loans made in cash to policyholders on tl 

policies 'lit 

stocks owned absolute] 

rted out) 

deposited In bank to credit 

sat due or 

receivable 

13. Rents due or accrued and unpaid 
it amount of uncollected and < 
auction 20 per cent for average loaning 

amount) 

other assets, both real and personal, 



made to the Governor 
•I said State. 
New Orleans, La, 



othei 



market 



ketable collateral; 

ns or Mens 
and stocks owned abaci 

.. out) 

Cash In company's office 

Interest due or accrued and unpaid 
Bills receivable 
IS. Agent's balance 

of uncollected and deferred premlu: 

r ... 

junt) 
Inbefore 



Net premlu rr 
6 of adjiii 
Total poll 



III. LIABILITIES.. 



adjust 



■ claim 



of all other claims against the 

Surplus over all lnibtlitles 

liabilities 
£ DURIN 

of cash premii 



IV. INCOME DURING THE FIRST SIX MON 



48,100.00 
765.15*. 50 



1.831,16 

11,778. SI 

S1S.38 



J1,052,H*.1I 
? 370,113,38 



J OF THE YEAR 1913. 

., .. .. * i7a.395.es 






1 othei 



Total 1 



V. DISBURSEMENTS* DURING THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF THE 
YEAR 1913. 
1. . Losses paid • •- .. IS.OOO-OO 

Total amouni actualVy 'paid "for losses and matured en- ' 

dowments -. * ?<??$*?? 

policies ■ 

aid to poiicynoioers or omers .. .. .. 

MSB. 19 
4.BU.QS 



6^ All other amounts paid to policyholders 

11 other payments and expenditures. 

Total disbursements <., .. 

amount of insurance outstanding: .. 
eured. I.argei 



of the act of Incorporation, duly ■ 
• , LOUISIANA— Pariah of Orleans. 



undersigned, James 
that ho foregoing 

of jiSji 



t carried is SlOttOft. 
of file in the office o 

Wrtght, ; 



ttatemedt ise 
RIGHTOR, Notary a 



y &a< U 



OPENING CLASH IS LOST BY 
DEFENSE; FORCED AT START 
TO NAME ITS WITNESSES 



'J.'HJj; ATLANTA UHiUKUlAjN AJN1) JNiiWS. 



JUDGE PRESIDING IN 
TRIAL OF LEO FRANK 



WHOLE DF SOUTHITHIAL INTEREST 

SETS RECORD 
FOR COUNTY 



STRlKWtfll 

I 



BALTIMORE, MO. 
$20.85 Round Trip $20.8 
Tickets on Bale August 1, 
2 and 3. Return limit Au- 
gust 15. Through electrio 
lighted steel sleeping .cars. 
Dining cars on most con- 
venient schedules. 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 




Co&lClothes 

A i Discount Prices! 



Domestic j 


and 


25 0/o Discount 


Canac 
CR/ 
SUI 


Han 
kSH 
TS 





COOL CLOTHES ar 


going to ho in demand for 


the next two months. 


August always is o month of 


solid summer weath 


r, succeeded by September, 


not much the less so, 


is an awfully good "hunch" 


to weather- wise buyo 


rs to make this store the 


point of greatest ee 


onomy ii^ buying liberally 



Tropical j 


Worsted 25° /o Discount 


Suits 

MOHAIR 

S U I TS 





50 Styles | 


of 25° /o Discount 


STRAW 
HATS 

Including Pana- 
mas and Bang- 
koks 





REBUILDING 

DISCOUNT 
, SALE 

i whacking prices righ't and left. Every 
earable need has had the price ticket" tri 
nd bargains, bargains of the real substantial 
art, abound in every department. 

In the Men's Wear Department (Main Floor), 
he season's, best SUITS arc selling for 25 per 
cent less. 

, Jr. the Men's FURNISHING OOODS De- 
partment (Main Floor Left), 50 different makes 
and stylos of COOL UNDERWEAR are selling at 
greatly reduced prices. Neckwear, SHIRTS, Ho- 
siery, too, are all repriced at lessened figures. 

In'the Men's HAT Department (Main Floor 
Right), 50 styles of the season's best' makes of 
STRAW, -PANAMA and BANGKOK Hats are sell- 
ing for 25 per cent less. 

In the SHOE Department (Main Floor Rear), 
Fine Footwear is now selling at greatly reduced 
prices. The sale includes Men's, Itovs' Children's 
• and Misses' SHOES, and in the Children 'a line in- 
cludes Little Juniors and Planlates. 

. In tho Juvenile Section (ENTIRE SECOND 
FLOOR), WASH SUITS at greatly reduced pr 
are a stellar feature' of. the sale of children's 
). More (ban 200 different styles to choose 
m. STRAW and 'WASH- HATS, too, nnder- 
ir, blouses, shirts, hosiery, neckwear, etc. 
Make this store the rendezvous of economic 
arch for summer supplies in apparel needs. 



< » 



Eiseman Bros., 

Stc»re Closes Wednesdays at \ o'clock till Sept. 1st 

'- 11-13-15-17 Whitehall • 1 



ALWAYS FIRST 



The SUNDAY 

AMERICAN 



Order it NOW 

Both Phones Main 8000 



Tm Atlanta Geor&an 



Read for Profit— GEORGIAN WANT ADS— Use for Results 



VOL. XI. NO. 306. 



ATLANTA, GA., MONDAY, jyLY 28, 1913. 






"NIGHT 
EDITION 



MARY PBAGAN'S MOTHER TESTIFIES 

Newt Lee Repeats Ms Story in CourtRpom 



GHOST 3 

Lynette Awtrey, Acworth Heiress f 

Strangely Missing, Wires Plea 

for Help. From Utah.. 



A dramatic story behind the mys- 
terious disappearance of Miss Lynette 
Awtrey, 18-year-old daughter of 
^wealthy Orlnndo Awtrey, one ot the 
leading citizens of Acworth, Ga., and 
a member of one of Cobb, County's 
most prominent families, who, after 
a tour of Europe, boarded a train In 
New York for Atlanta and then van- 
limed as utterly as though she had 
left the earth. Is expected to be bared 
this week when the girl arrives 
from ■ Ogden, Utah, where she 



NEW ORLEANS *. 000 100 - 1 7 2 

BIRMINGHAM ...000 020 1 - 3 41 



.. 0.'; 
. .. 0.. 



SOUTHERN LEAGUE 



T 



MEMPHIS .... 
NASHVILLE .... 

»■ MONTGOMERY— 

MONTGOMERY . 
CHATTANOOGA 



0. 

.'. 0.. 



Umpire,. Ruddsrham and Plriskt 



NATIONAL LEAGUE 



AT PITTSBURG— ■- -„- -- <AA 

PHILADELPHIA .202 001 100 

PITTSBURG ;....,......- 002 000 000 

■nd KMIfer; Camnlta and Simon, Umpire*, Rlgler i 

bostonT. ..--... oio ° 01 ° 02 

CHICAGO ............... 2" 410 O0X 



6 111 
2 6 

49 2 
9 11 1 



10W 




Robertson Triples in Second In- 
ning and Scores oh Schmidt's 
Timely Single. 

Score by inninga: 

ATLANTA 000 I, 

MOBILE 010 

THE BATTING ORDER. 



RACING 
RESULTS 



BROOKLYN . 
CINCINNATI 



040 00. 
003 12. 



Thompson, i 
MOBILE, 



, Kew 



wired 1 



wtrey wired 1 



r |2Q0 and 

ashing him to meet her in Atlanta, 
Her trunk came on the train, on 
which she was supposed 



NEW YORK. ............ 100 00. 

ST. LOUIS,... /A- • ..-• 000 00. 



o of t 



a girl. 



Since then her family has exhausted 
every means to locate the mlasing girl. 
The aid of the William J. Burns De- 
tective Agency' was enlisted and the 
operatives of the famous sleuth 
secured the cities of the United 
States; the aid of police departments 
„ ..„. .... i invoked — 

t'wlth no. result. For all the de 



AT WASHINGTON— . 

ST. LOUIS .... 
WASHINGTON 



AMERICAN LEAGUE 1 



All other games 



..." 390 000 10. 

....'.. 0p9 019 00. 

off on account of rain. 



■»> 



Cart Thompson and Cft«t J"?*™ 
nan and .Schmidt on the reeeivlng 
Neither Uam scored In the flrs 
Long (lied to McQill. AgUr out, 



Suit singled W> centsr, eaugh 

st, Thompson to Ajper. QOfjj 

d TVelehonot. ■ ONE HIT,;: NO 

8HCOND INNlNQ. • 

'Bliland 1 doubled to right. MftKuih 
q nobertson. Chspman cutrO'D-" 
alet. ONE HIT, NO BUNS, 
let filed to Long. Robertson trlpt 
titer. Schmidt singled to rig: 
g Robertson. 8chmrdt out steslii 

walked/ McOl'l popped 
■h. TWO HITS, ONE RUN. 



IfLED _ 

Sam Jackson is Fatally Shot by I j 
Grover Cleveland 
Partes. 



Sam Jackson, a freight engineer 
u n the Georgia Railroad, was shot 
and fatally wounded by drover 
engineer. 



about I o'clock Monday 
According to wltne 
shooting, Jackson had i 
from a run, and oh leaving his 

there had been bad fell. _ 
ie two men for some time, and after 
few words, Partee drew a revolver 
nd fired one time, the bullet etrlk- 
,g Jackson In the neck. 
The Grady ambulance was at once 
called, and the wounded man rushed 
o the hospital, but he died on the 
iperating table without ever re- 
gaining consciousness. 

Men at the roundhouse held Par- 
tes until the arrival of the police 
when he was taken to the station 
The cause of the murder Is not ye' 
knowoV ■ ■ ___*tagk&^^V. ■.>■- 




of the 




Sunday morning Miss Awtrey broke 

■ram from Ogden that Intensified the 
ned no explanation 



{n , WAYCHOSS— 

WAYCROSS— 

0.. .:• ■•• " 

VALDOSTA— 

U - 



ilngled to right and 






McLaughlin Brings Cup Back 

Home by.Victory Over Dickson 

of England. 



WIMBLEDON. ENGLAND, July !S 
! trophy, the most Bought- 
■ world, which hat 

The United Slatea team, after . 
c Auetrallnne In the preliminary 



Dallas Girl Typist 
Slain at Her Desk 

DALLAS, TEX., July 28. — Miss 
Florence T. Brown, .a stenographer, 
murdered to-day as she sat at 

her left arm waa mangled, erldei 



by* 



teeth. 



None of the members of ■ 
estate firm, who employed h 
Id the offices at the time she 
tacked. Bruises on her body 
that the girl had fought hard 



Twentr-flve'. young 
'rested aa suspects in connection with 
Yh* girl's murder. The police thi 
itirely precautionary 



LATEST 

IsfEWS 



LONDON, July2e\— Oarr Oomm, 

mtmbir of Parliament, to-day 
won Ma eult for dlwroa./ Ha had 
named Elliott Crawehay Williams, 
alio • member of Parliament, aa 
eo-re,pond,nt, 
WASHINOTOfi, July ZB^Pro. 

Kesslve Republican member, of 
a Benate to-day. met In Sena- 
LaFollotto'e office and deter- 
jport the LaFollotte 

tnd'th'e'Cu 



amendmente to 



tor LeFolfelte', office end d.t.r 
ned to .u'pport the I "-" " 
lendment to the wool 

th, r 

WABHINOTu.i, July 2»v-A 

bauador Henry Lene Wilson 
reached the While Hou,e prompt- 
ly at 2i30 o'clock for his cont.r- 
enoa with Prealdent Wlleon oh 
the Mexican elluatlon, and hur- 
ried at -once into the Exeoullve'e 
offioe, when, the Preeldent waa 
waiting. 

BRUSBEL8, July 23;— A gold 
Ingot valued at «20,W0 wee stolen 
to-day from the Ghent Exhibi- 
tion. There Is no clew to the 

WASHINGTON, July 28 




Here are the important developments in the trial of Leo 
M. Frank for the murder of Mary Phagan. 

Jury ohosen at 1 :30 p. m. 

Mrs. Ooleman, girl's mother, takes stand after recess, at 
3:1B, arid tells of Mary leaving for the faotory 11:46 a. m. on 
April26. 

George W. Epps, hoy oompanion of Mary Phagan, repeats 
his story that he had an engagement to meet her on the after- 
noon of the fatal day. 

Newt Lee, night watchman at the faotory, begins his story 
of the finding of the body and subsequent developments. 

Mrs. J, W. Coleman, mother of murdered Mary Phagan, mi 
the first witness for the prosecution at the trial of Leo Frank Mon- 
day afternoon. Af tor answering several questions she broke down 
pletely when the solicitor exhibited the little lavender skirt 
worn by her daughter when she last saw her alive. She covered 
her face with a fan and for several minutes could not answer a 
question. * 

The first question asked her was ; 

"Whatjis your naineW. . v 

"Mrs. J. W. Coleman.". 

"When did you last see Mary 
Phagan aiivet" 

"April 26 at 11145." 

"What was she going to do 

hen she lfet hornet" 

"She waa going to the pencil 



Jackson Will Tell 
Juvenile Trustees 
Of Charges by Girl 



"FRANK JTJEY. 

Here is the Frank jury com- 

A. II. Henslee, 74 Oak street, 

F, V. h. Smith, 481 Cherokee 

avenue, manufacturers' agent. 

J. F. Iligdon, 108 Ormowood 

F. E. Winbnrn, 213 Lucile 
avenue, claim agent. 

A. L. Wisbey, 31 Hood 
street, cashier" of the Buckeye 
Oil Company. 

W 51. Jeffries, a real estate 
man, with offices at 318 Empire 
building. 

Marcellus Johciuming, .161 
James street, a machine shop 
foreman with offices at 281 
Marietta street. - 

M. Ij. Woodward, cashier 
King Ilardwnre Company, 182 
Park avenue. ' '••■ 

J. T. Osburn, an optician 
for A, K. Hnwkes. was chosen 
from the fifth panel to be the 
ninth juror. 

D. To-.vnsend, 84 Whitehall 
Terrace, cashier Central Bank 
and Trust Corporation, tenth 

Medealf, 136 Kirk- 

„.iue, circulation man. 

... „. Bosshardt, pressman, 

employed by Foote 4 Davies, 

216 Bryan 'street. 




\ 



&5 



THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN AND NEWS. 



Hrank assists his 7 attorneys in eliminating "VENIREMEN 

ife Sits With Dagger-Like Gaze on the Prosecutor of Her Husband 




OPPOSING" LAWYERS I N- FRANK CASE. 



LUTHER Z. ROSSER 




.'THBATEANTA. (xKOKCHAN AND NEWS 



THRONG AT THE COURTHOUSE DOORS AS THE TRIAL OPENED 




FRANK, FEELING TIPTOP 
MILING AND GQNFIDEN1 
IS UP LONG BEFORE TRIAL 



Venire Whipped Into Shape 
Rapidly; Negro Is Eligible 



LDST3WEEKS 



Giant Negro Hunted 
For White Slavery 




Princeton Seniors 
Eivals for Hand of 
Esther Cleveland 



July ».— Filled with 
youthful ardor to win the hand of 
Miss Esther Cleveland, second daugh- 
er of Mrs, Thomas J, Preston, Jr.. 
nd the Jute President drover Cleve- 
land, Herman Stump and II. Gordon 
Ewlng, both of Baltimore, a 
ice for love" which Is 
.only the frtenda of the girl 
considerable portion of Bal< 

*nd both are members of the 



ir>GO-2008-?614. 



Fasting and Feast 
Cause Man's Death 

ANNISTON. July 38.— After failing 
felVe'daya to reduce his weight and 
en eating with Intemperance. L. M. 
tile, manager of the Postal Tele- 
graph Company's Annlaton office, died 

Business men are making an effort 
to have lira. Mllla, his widow, ap- 
pointed i 



Both 'Wooers are about 11 

id both are members at 1 
claaa at Princeton University, which 
la In the town where Mies Cle 
haa apent moat of her life. The 



Miss 
Jlf 

matea have been friend: 



BALTIMORE, MD. , . 

$20.85 Round Trip $20,85 

Tickets on sale August 1, 

2 and 3. Return limit Au- 

C15. Through electric 
;ed steel sleeping can. 
Dining cars on most con- 
venient schedules. 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



Pan-American Life Insurance Company 



of th* 



OF NEW ORLEANS, 

f Georgia, 1 

- -53 .. 

I, CAPITAL STOCK. 

apltal stock paid up 

II, A88E 

owned by the com 
lage (first liens) 

'ed by pledge of bonds, stock a or 

i fash to policyholders on (hi 






Organized under the laws of the State of Louisiana, made to the 
" "io State of Georgia, in pursuance to the la\ 
Principal offlce, 1301-1311 Whitney BuJMt 

pltal stock and suivi 

" 1 stock paid up it 

of the stockhoitb 

nrket value of j 



policies asslgm 

6. Bonds and stocks owned 

rled out) 

7. Cash In company's office 

8. Cash deposited In bank t 

11. Bills receivable 



of adjustmen 
Total policy < 



11 pollcl 



r, market 



45.S0O.CO 
766,151,60 
74,393.50 
3S.31S.18 

iK.itt.it-'- 

54.515.03 

IfittAt 

11,779.88 
316.38 



Jl.S52.Hi.lt 
I S70.1U.38 



Totat liabilities .. .. .. .. .... I US 9,11 0.11 

IV. INCOME DURING THE FIRST BIX MONTHS OF THE YEAR 1913. 
1. Amount of cash premiums received 3 17!), 395. S3 



URSEMENT8 DURING THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF THE 

YEAR 1913. 
Ig paid . •• 15,000.00 



ount actually paid for losses 

mllcles .'.' * '. - . . . 

mounts paid to policyholders o 

laries .. .. .. .. 

lyrnents'and expenditures, .. , 

burscments .. . . .. 

>f Insurance outstanding 

f which 340,000 Is reinsured. Largest n 
?opy of the act of Incorporation, duly ce 

'■: OV 1*6 UISI AN A— Parish of Orleans. 



agents, and of- 



■ I . 



4,941.89 
J 147.7lT.80 



t carried Is 1 10,000. 
I*. -Wright, who, 



{ subscribed befoi 



,t the foregolos statement la .car- 
t ho foregoing statement 

JAS. L. WAIOHT. 
is 25th day of July. 1M3. 
3 IUGHTOR, Notary Public, ^ 



ill]!; A TljAINTA UibOKUJJVJV AJ\U .M!',W». 



JUDGE PRESIDING IN 
TRIAL OF LEO FRANK 



STirTlHITS 
WAGON, KILLING 



BALTIMORE, MD. 
85 Bound Trip §20.85 
Tickets on sale August 1, 
2 and 3. Return limit Au- 
gust 15. Through electric 
lighted steel sleeping cars. 
Dining cars on most con- 
venient schedules. 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 




^count Prices! 

COOL CLOTHES are going to be in demand for 

the next, two months. August nlwnys is 11 month of- 

cdnd by September, 

fully good "bunch" 

like this store the 

buying liberally 

REBUILDING 

DISCOUNT 

SALE 

hacking prices right, ami left. Every 

rable need has had the. price tickof'tri 
1 bargains, bargains of the real substantial 
t, abound in every department. 

In the Men's Wear Department (Main Kloor), 

season's best SUITS are selling for 2;, per 
cent less.' 

In the. Men's FURN'ISHIN'0 ROODS .De- 
partment (Main Kloor Left), 50 different makes 
and styles of COOL UNDERWEAR arc selling at 
greatly reduced prices. Neckwear, SHIRTS, Ho- 
siery, too, are all repriced at lessened (iguros. 

In the Men's HAT Department (Main Floor 
Right), 50 styles of the. season's best makes of 
STRAW, PANAMA and DANOKOK Hals are sell- 
ing for 2f, per cent less. 

In the SHOE Department (Main Floor Rear), 
Fine Footwear is now selling at greatly reduced 
prices. The sale includes Men's, Bovs' Children's 
and Misses' SHOES, and in the Children's line in- 
cludes Little Juniors and Plamates. 

In the Juvenile Section (ENTIRE SECOND 
FLOOR). WASH SUITS at greatly reduced prices 
are a stellar feature of the sale of children's 
clothes. More than 200 different stvles to choose 
from. STRAW and WASH HATS, loo, under- 
wear, blouses, shirts, hosiery, neckwear, etc. 

Make this store the rendezvous of economic 
research, for summer supplies in apparel needs. 



Eiseman Bros., 

Store Closes Wednesdays at 1 o'clock till Sept. 1st. 

'" 11-13-15-17 Whitehall 



T"T 



IWAYS FIRST 



The SUNDAY 

AMERICAN 



The Atlanta Georgian! home 



VOL. XT. NO. 306. 



Read for Profit— GEORGIAN WANT ADS— Use for Results 

ATLANTA, GA., .jtlONDAY, JULZ. 28, 1913. ! srWSKvi'.f c» 



URY COMPLETE TO TRY FRANK 

+ i.* + .+ + . t +.+ +.* ♦.+ +•+ +•+ +•+ *•+ +•+ +•+ +•+ +,+ *•* ♦*+ +,+ +,+ +'.» *'* ***'. - +,+ •' +< * 

ife Helps Prisoner Pick Men to Try Him 



GH GEORGIA DAVIS TENNIS 



FRANK SKETCHED IN COURT 







t typ J to rt*Z 



^JL 



mm 

■HP 






a !'.;'.<;;. <;ian and : 



FRANK ASSISTS HIS ATTORNEYS IN ELIMINATING VENIREMEN 
Wife Sits With Dagger-Like Gaze on the Prosecutor of Her Husband 

~ offi 

AS THE MEN WHO ARE TO 
DECIDE FATE ARE PICKED 







I liver trouble whc 



... 


,, v. 


n'llV.'whrn 


h0 Sol 


.-.. 


from tlia 


litllifftt brouK.pt lliem il 


Ht-.-r 


iin. "J.i 


a juror/' Vi 
«.«u i.y tin. 

- wak |..nyl 
kin* of Jur 


priw.1 


ii.i 


.1. \V. Col 
nan; J. ' 

i. ,.' r. 


" t'lilrllllill. (ho kIH's » 

jucerrmn, w. w. liog 

I. IMI trtiiM l-ll .1,1.. ■ 



-J, 






SEASHORE 

EXCURSION 
AUGUST 7. 

Jacksonville, Brunswick, 
St; Simon, Cumberland, At- 
lantic Beach, $6.00— Limit- 
ed 6 days. Tampa, Fla., $8 
— Limited 8 days. 
TWO SPECIAL TRAINS. 
10 p. m. solid Pullman train. 
10:16 p. m. Coach train. 
Make Reservations Now. 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 




KIDNEY, BLADDER AND URINARY 

TROUBLE, STRICTURE, VARICOCELE, 

HYDROCELE, NERVOUS DEBILITY, 

RUPTURE, ULCERS AND SKIN DISEASES 

CONTAOIOUS BLOOD POISON 



II. ASSE 

eduel assets not admitted 

' 111. LIABILITIES. 

IV. INCOME OURINO THE FIRST SI»MONTHS OF THE YEAR! 

1INO THE Fi 
YEAR 1913. 



'.JI.LlNOlR^L'ounty i 



certified. Is at t 






fHE ATLANTA GEORGIAN AND NEWS. 



THRONG AT -THE COURTHOUSE DOORS AS THE TRIAL 




FRANK, FEELING TIPTOP, 

(DENT. 



Venire Whipped Into Shape 
Rapidly; Negro Is Eligible 



Frank was escorted fro 
to the courthouse shoi 
o'clock In the morning, 
hours -before the trial w; 
to hegin. .This was done 
•curious crowd which tt l 






would be about the cot 
thronging the corridors 

■ Frank was up and dressed and 
freshly chaven when' Ileputy KherifT 
ui>ricared> before his 



Plennl 
cell, at 
.yHo- 



"the; ( 



rly hour. 

ou feeling this pipn 
the deputy Inquired. 
Tip top. "only. I'nv mighty hum 



Frank greeted 

oo the crime. or 
about tq begin. 



Exhlbltln 
through th 



•.8ur« Ha 'Wjjt.Bft FsiBd* ' 
., He wnaWvtlr^a^ljv a realty llAht j 
mohair juU^nnd .w«re\a fancy* j 
tip JllB'ftiee twi*. fuller arid ji e 
pen're^llg'htly he'ivliT than' i^hei 
was Rested Ehprtly after the mu 
^T thtfphagan girl, ile^sfytmed r.h 
.jfeil-and Iri, the beef of health.^ ;.' 



*'i 'ajb.gjad.lh* 
- ( begin' aft cVOhji 

'tear o'f '.tru> 'nutcom.fi/ I amnot, ibniy 
)f* the' terrible, crime, hut J, 



«C*trial Is about'; 
'^avy i 



prist 



Long bofore the 

Judge, to take the 

finds and relatives of 

d appeared and 

permitted to tal 



be called during 



VI thin 



■ Dep- 



Sheriff Dennis Minor had called 

court to order the examination 

esa wan applied to the venire 

el of 144 men: From each panel 

of twelve one or, more men were ex- 

jaed after being asked the formal 

jeatkms and furnished a sufAclenl 

■ason to bar them. 

J. If. Jones, Deputy Clerk, called the 

lines. K. W. Stone, No, 81- East 

Inden street, was excused on ac- 



cmptlon. Only one 
om the first tWelv 
H. It. fcallowav. 



691 Pled- 
!>ui\ first of the second 
» not served. F. A. Hull, 
ant street, wax excused on 

ltd in opposed to capital 
it. ,1. A. McCreary, No, 78 
h street, was excused be- 
nts residence ; In DeKalb 
I. F. Patterson, of College 

Five were excused Trom 

ro Declared Eligible, 

ed on Account of 111 health. 



was excused from the third panel. - 
The first surprise came with the 

questioning of the fourth panel, when 

Earl Davis, a negro, waa not excused. 

He was ruled. eligible to Jury duty. 

There Is little prospect that he will 

be drawn aa one of the Jurors. 

George Mathlenon, Assistant Chief 

of Coiinty Police, was excused our 



<onehoo, of Buck- 



J. H. Gilbert, of Sou 
let out because of llln 
panels were thus beln 
made Into a compact • 



The following met 
George ' R, Wall, N< 



having removed. ; 






disinterested 



called they will be brought from the 




since repeated mariy : tlmes 
Will of .Solicitor' Doraey, * ' 
hoy had, just le^jie face' 

the-, tru'ttf. long before this," he 

\.Lc3o th*an half a hundred per 
■fie witlrtnsr Abbut.t he court hous 
o'clock**, an hour before the 
t for the' beginning of the trial 
ia thought (hat not a large, ci 
)Uld"b,e "rWnbririg for-admlsflo 
e courtroom no kMiad become < 
perally kooyen Ibal'tho small i 
Jttkj accommodute hardly more 
O.vylUieasea arid t hi: veniremen 
a'L*ll 'w6u. t ltf t bc.rieceusary .to ext 
.praothvUlv till Bjwctatora. , 

' Much Preparation Made, 
nb (rial in the history oft 
gl.i havciBUcli elaborate lirningoir 
he-en- "wade for trie' .comfort of 
comparailvely small numb<-r'of>f 
tators who wljl galii.-atlihlsBlpn, the 
altomrysAwhpVswltl handle tlie.ca. 
th.- JurV *aml t>e newspaper ,n« 
Deputy BlR-DfTplennlc. Miner linn i 
celvod much praise for the J nplei>t 
preparations' made, . "._' "',*;.*.' 
-.Electric fan's have been Installed 
every window and'on ihe ralllrtg.se 



witness stand with' the Ji 
on the righlnand aide. 
Jtosser with' hla assistai 
reused will be seated at 



is back ofthe State's 
table. The arrangements were agreed 
by the attorneys and the Judge, 



constantly sin 
-riff Plennle I 



ceplng 



, will B 






Approximately- 
* *"h P 



' chairs' have b«?n place 



•'.occupy, standing 
i. of penult Una 



the prisoners. Long before 
any crowd "congregated around 
coimliouBe Frank and -, Lee 
brought from the Tower and placed 
In the room reserved for t'hei 
When court opened Frank took 1 
place at the table reserved for his ii 



will be kept In 

. A bailiff will 
and one on the 
chamber, .and < 



■hlch even 

uildlng w< 

The. Jury 

great -deal ■ 



* selected with 
Hitslde and larg 



twenty feet above an alleywa 
on either side. Deputies ■ 
kept in the' alley to keep anyon 



nyone except a fellow Juroi 
The least of/the deputlci 
lllnot be in Handling the i 



U.S. Health Chief 
Give's New List of 
'Dog Days' Dotfts 

. WASHINGTON, July ! 28.— Su: 



vegetables that agree with -you; as 
little meat, as possible.- and starchy 
foods, like potatoes, In moderate 



LOST 3 WEEKS 

IS 

Lynette Awtrey Wires Piteous 

Plea From Utah to Father in 

Acworth, Ga, 

Continued From Page 1. 



girls In the former t 
lisappearance of II 



rounding th 
■uhg girl ir 

> her friend. 
Is known t 



■ time. Suddei 



i .girl reflected the homeslek- 
at, she declared, was making 
distasteful to hen She sal< 



Vhcn she r 

er parents 
ome, Sfie ** 



tanta a few days 1 

...: ~"runk- .... 
On the day menttonei 



Found Trunk — Not Daughter. 



te stayed In Atlanta ■ 
wtrey still did not core 



then returned 



Giant Negro Hunted 
For White Slavery 



He company *>f a number of near- 
pers of the Tenth Cavalry at : 
ick In the morning, when Prank 



home. He waited several days, 
when his daughter stllf failed tc _ . 
pear, he a»k*d,the aid and advice at 
hla brother, lohn Atwrey, of Mariet- 
ta, and his brolher-ln-law, D. F, Mc 
Clatchy, A few days later .Mr. Mc- 
t'lntchv came to Atlanta and enlisted 






Chatham, attached 



Marietta '-n 
if. any' cle 
veloned there. His qu 
ts.~ The Durns agency tl 
photograph from a p| 
In Marietta, a relative 

/trey's family, tins nude 
t to keep the, fact of her 

intimate friends have been 



nuned Lyn 
f the girl.' 



Is Rumored. 



York and dldn' 



Despite the assertions of the 



r"the past y 
; Atlantan, 



■of". 



■ ' P-R-I-N-T-O-R-tA-L-S ■ 

'No. 194 

Plan Your Printing for F.U Bu,in e « NOW! 



' Printing Co. 

J- 50 W. Alaban 
Atlanta. 



Princeton Seniors 
Rivals for Hand of 
Esther Cleveland 



BALTIMORE, July SI.— Filled wltl 
youthful ardor to win the hand o: 

lias Esther Cleveland, second dough. 

er of Mrs. Thomas J. Preston, Jr. 

nd the l*te President Orover clove 



, both of Daltlrr 



i H. 



I rival! 



Both Wooers' are about 21 years old 

_.id bother* members of the senior 

clao? at Princeton University, .which 

the town where Miss Cleveland 

pent most of her life. The clasp- 

s have been friends for years. 



TOWN TO 8UE COUNTy. 
well County. Ala., through Maym 
wWy/if II.IM. whlc'h the*Ma n "or aV 



Fasting and Feast 
Cause Man's Death 

ANNISTON. July 18^— After fs-rtimr 
twelve day* to reduce his weight and 
then eating with Intemperance, L. M, 
Mills, manager or the Postal Tele- 
graph Company's AnnLston office, died 
to-day of typhoid fever. 

Business men are making an effort 
to have Mrs. Mills, his widow, ap- 
pointed manager to succeed him. - 



BALTIMORE, &D. 
$20.85 Round Trip $20.89 
Tickets on sale August 1, 
2 and 3. Return limit Au- 
gust 16. Through electric 
ligHted steel sleeping cars. ' 
Dining cars on most con- 
venient schedules. 
SOUTHERK RAILWAY. 



SEMI-ANNUAL 8TATEMENT 



Pan-American Life Insurance Company 



Organlted un< 
Prinfipa? 



OP NEW ORLEANS, 



apltal stock i 



paid up in cash ., . 
II. assets! " ' 

Market value of real estate owned by the com 
. Loan* on bonds and mortgage (first liens) 

. Lounn secured by pledge of bonds, stockjf or 

Loans made In cash to policyholders on thli 
policies assigned aa collateral 



. loai 



10. Interest due or accrued t 
12. Agent's balance 



i policies In force . 



of edjustm 
Total jmllf: 



collected and deferred premiums 
cent for average loaning from ( 

h real and personal, not Included t 

Vn'LiABiUTiESV 

r adjusted anJ not due (1.0 



38.31S.13 
4.054.89 

111,741.17 
100.00 
64,515.03 
23,861.03 
1,331.16 
11.773. it 
316.3$ 



i ovor all Unblllll 
I liabilities .... 



11.952,144.18 
t 370,113.36 



40,482.77 ' 
935.000.00 
638.715.50 



■ SIX MONTHS OF THE Y£AR 1B13. 
■it I 170.395. M 



V. DISBURSEMENTS DURING THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF THE 



Total amount actually paid for losses 

Surrender policies 

.11 other amounts paid to policyholders i 
:xpenaea paid, including commissions tc 

ill other payments and expenditures. .. 



116.240.39 
6.768.49 

4,941. as 



duly certified, S 
deralcned. 



I* Wright Srt«V 
' Is cor. 



e foregoing statement la cor* 

JAB. u \vr; _ 
,- of July. i9i! : 



tore me this 35th day of July. 1913. 
EDWARD RIGHTOR, Notary FubHA U 



' THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN AND KEWB. 



TRIAL INTEREST 

SETS RECORD 

FBBCpT 

Brilliant Array of Lawyers and the 

Dramatic Features of the Case 

Make Spectacular Clash. 



Col, Brewster Denies 
Aiding Dors.ey in Case 




The only way 
break a silence is to 
rnake a noise. Silence 
is the barrier between 
wanting anrl getting. 
Make your noise with 
Georgian Want Ads, 
and .your want will be 
heard by thousands. 



Read lor. Profit 

Georgian Waal Ads 

Use lor Results 



Cool Clothes 

A t Discount Prices! 



Tropical 1 


Worsted 25 0/o Discount 


Suits 

MOHAIR 
SUITS 





SO Styles | : 


of 25° /o Discount 


STRAW 
HATS 

Including Pana- 
mas and Bang- 
koks 





COOL CLOTHES are going to be* in demand for 
the neit two months. August always is a month of 
solid summer weather, succeeded by September, 
not much the less so, is an awfully good "hunch" 
ather-wise buyers to* make this store the 
point of greatest economy in buying liberally 
while our 

REBUILDING 

DISCOUNT 

SALE 

is whacking prices right and left. Eve _ 

wearable need has bad the price tickef'tt ., 

and bargains, bargains of the real substantial 
sort, abound in evory department. 

In the Men's Wear Department (Main Floor), 
the season's best SUITS are selling for '25 per 
cent less. 

In the Men's FURNISHING GOODS . De- 
partment (Main Floor Left), 50 different makes 
and styles of COOL UNDERWEAR are selling at 
greatly reduced prices. Neckwear, SIflRTS, Ho* 
siery, too, are all repriced at lessened figures. 

In the Men's HAT Department (Main Floor 
Right), 50 styles of the season's best makes of 
STRAW, PANAMA and BANGKOK Hats are sell- 
ing for 25 per cent less. 

. In the SHOE Department (Main Floor-Rear), 
'hie Footwear is now sailing at greatjy- reduced 
prices. The sale includes Men's, Boys' Children's 
and Misses' SHOES, and in the Children's line in- 
cludes Little Juniors and Plamat ea. 

In the Juvenile Section (ENTIRE SECOND 
FLOOR), WASH SUITS at greatly. reduced pricea 
are a stellar feature of the sale of ohildren*« 
clothes. More than 200 different styles to choos„ 
from. STRAW and WASH HATS, too, under- 
ar, blouses, ahirta, hosiery, neckwear, etc. 

Make this store the rendezvous of economic 
research for summer supplies in apparel needs.. 



Eiseman Bros., 

Store Closes Wednesdays at 1 o'clock till Sept. 1st 

i - • i 11-13-15-17 Whitehall '-rr 




F%SIP^^ 



Child; 



ren and Their Influence 



By JERE E. COOKE. 



The Baseball Fan-nie 


& 


BY NELL BRINKLEY 







Precociousness in Love 

By BEATRICE FAIRFAX.